“Envisioned Comfort” is a series of objects based on construction that allows a broad variety of shapes. The more elements you have, the more detailed curves you can get. Therefore, this construction can be applied to almost any furniture you can imagine.
On the one hand, it’s a complex object with lots of elements. On the other hand, it’s not like other soft furniture – these are completely honest and openly show the way they are built. The rhythmical construction allows you to carefully admire the crafted elements: beechwood joints and brass fittings. By merging two different design practices, Marija Puipaitė (organic, human body based shapes) and Vytautas Gečas (complexity, fragmentation, layering) found a common point where the construction defines and forms a fluid shape into an ergonomic entity.