Ikea are fully taking the piss here aren't they?


#1


#2

You could build a great fort on that.


#3

good if you like pretending you’re on a train


#4

looks like it should transform into something


#5

Good for mutual wanking I guess?


#6

where would you put the TV?


#7

They’d go on one seat and you’d sit in the other.

EDIT: Just realised this sort of works even if you don’t know the TV euphemism on here :smiley:


#8

That’s just a tete-a-tete loveseat, no? Like this, but in a contemporary style:


#9

From a time before Television, one notes.

EDIT I assumed the post was about how ugly and uncomfortable it looked and how expensive it was, TBH.


#10

Theo! Disgusting!


#11

I’m going to IKEA tomorrow. Might have a little sit on one of these.


#12

I would have loved this as a kid, my preferred sitting techniques were to face the back of the chair with my legs in a w shape, or be upside down with my legs up against the back and my back across the sitting area head dangling over the edge, this sofa looks like it would provide a wealth of options


#13

Is it not meant for office lobbies and the like, rather than at home?


#14

Yes, would be great for all those railway station owners out there


#15

Horrible! But you know what they say - sofa, so spar


#16

There are lots of them around. You wouldn’t really have one in a living room of a normal house though, so it is a bit odd to see Ikea selling one.


#17

Hi guys I watched that Ikea documentary earlier this week so can blow you away with the knowledge that the high price is because it was co-designed by some really creepy, wanky crybaby British artist I can’t remember the name of but he was basically a grey Art Garfunkel. Also they needed to replace the material with something less flammable so the prices were bumped up.

The main thing is that Ikea think it’s a sofa and the wank pheasant thinks it’s a bed.


#18

He originally wanted to make a baby crib that doubles as a coffin :grimacing:


#19

here he is!!!


#20

Oh, I didn’t realise that it was the Tom Dixon thing. Ha.