Problem: things tend to get lost within the folds and behind the cushions of couches. Solution: Lost in Sofa from Japanese architect Daisuke Motogi, which clenches books, magazines, cell phones, remote controls, change, and more within the layers of its cushioned body. Wacky? Yes. But keep in mind that this firm crafted a chaise longue that resembles a folded-up comforter—surprised, we're not.