Industrial Design Students from New Zealand Invent a Smart Couch that Adapts to You
A Couch. Imagine a seat so comfortable that it suites you closely through all your fidgeting and moving around, no need for imagination a seat that comfortable is a reality called ‘Lullock’.
Lullock is a flexible seat that fits you perfectly by moving along with you, that flexibility is possible with its free-base. Made up from simply arched frame with fabric upholstery and spongy green ‘florets’, this invention is the great work of students Nicole Hone, Reuben Knauf, Darnar Kruy, Nisha Brunt, and James Edwards from the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand.
Designed to respond to the movement of the user, the arch base rolls smoothly as the user transition from one position to another.
For me, writing this article while daydreaming about this Lullock was a misery, seeing those comfy photos while sitting on a stiff chair was a torture. Indeed a needed pleasure, can’t wait to try it one day.
By: Yosra Abdel-Rahman.