Innovative piece of furniture that breaks with conventions
Jean-Marie Massaud fabricates Airberg for Offecct – a sofa collection with a structural case fabricated from a flexible padding material.
Innovative object that breaks with conventions, French designer Jean-Marie Massaud fabricates ‘Airberg’ for Offecct – an extraordinary sofa collection with a structural case which gives the impression of being filled with vacuum, but is fabricated from a flexible padding material.
Right from architecture to objects, from macro environments down to micro contexts – Massaud has been brilliantly crafting an extensive range of projects, with his ability to seamlessly blend elegance with comfort.
Characterized by an understanding of the surrounding world, he skillfully works through a holistic approach that captures the zeitgeist in an interesting way.
Offecct, on the other hand, is a Swedish design company with a Scandinavian aesthetic that develops unique furniture for inspiring meeting places in one’s home, office and public spaces.
To seamlessly achieve a harmonious blend of functionality and beauty, they explore new materials and techniques with methods that are environmentally and socially sustainable.
“The inspiration behind the form of Airberg is a combination of – a comfortable, inviting seating product embodying lightness and an iceberg filled with vacuum” says Massaud.
The craftsmanship used in the production makes it possible to create a deconstructed piece of furniture that is more defined in its asymmetry.
Sustainable and effortlessly oozing with comfort – this eclectic object’s abstract form is light in its expression and it’s contemporary both in its design and the technique utilized.