Ancient art of origami - folding of figuresFrom paper, its roots go back to the time of Ancient China. But even now, origami inspires designers and artists for extraordinary creative solutions. Japanese furniture designer Yumi Yoshida has created a sofa transformer, which not only resembles the appearance of an origami figure, but also fully meets the basic principles of this art form. Origami Sofa - a unique transformer sofa, designed to match the modern volatile rhythm of life and the limited residential space of urban apartments. The sofa panels, made of a thin but dense artificial material, are trimmed with fabric and separated by folds. Folds suggest where and how to fold the canvas in order to assemble a full-fledged transformer sofa. Despite the apparent flabbiness, the sofa is enoughReliable and easily stand the weight of two or three seated people, but the main thing - to properly assemble! In the unfolded form, the transformer sofa turns into a mat, on which it's nice just to lie around, read a book, work or play with friends in board games. The carpet can be folded several times more and compactly placed in a closet or under a bed on demand. Thus, the question of an additional seat or a berth for guests in a small apartment is easily solved. If desired, folded rug can be taken with you to a picnic and, under the amazed exclamations of friends, erect "out of nothing" a comfortable transformer sofa in the nature, with a view of the sunset, forest or lake. Comfort and comfort in the house not leastDepends on the choice of sunscreen and decorative curtains on the windows. The network of interior salons offers not just buy curtains at http://gardiniya.com/, but choose an exclusive design that will give harmony and warmth to your interior.