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Minimalist modular sofa combines simple steel frame and cushions

A budget version of Le Corbu’s Petite Modele, perhaps?

Here’s another entrant in the modular, build-it-yourself furniture game, this time from Korean industrial designer Cho Hyung Suk for homeware brand Munito. The aptly-named Frame Sofa is just that: Block-like cushions arranged in a frame that holds everything together. Minimal assembly is required of this equally minimalist couch, whose cushy components look ripe for plopping on top of.

An adult version of the afore-mentioned Nugget, if you will, the Frame Sofa is upholstered in Kvadrat fabric that can be swapped out for other colorways including mint, navy, “milky beige,” “chic grey,” and “chocolate brown.” The structure holding it together is made of steel piping—but one wonders what magical configurations await if that were to be tossed to the wayside.

Still, the best part about this seat is that it bears a striking resemblance to Le Corbusier’s Petite Modele.

Via: Design Milk