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Pulse daybed with magazine holder

By Skagerak


  • Description

    Pulse daybed interprets our growing need for flexible environments and private spaces in an innovative and multifunctional construction that brings new and traditional materials together.
    Pulse adapts to different situations, as the you can fold up the mattress with a woollen upholstery and access the hatch and magazine holder. The lid covering the hatch can be used independently as a serving tray, and the magazine holder in moulded felt – a material made from recycled plastic – is also removable. If necessary, you can take of the woollen upholstery and send it for dry cleaning.

  • Technical Info

    Material: Oak
    Dimensions: W:70 x L:180 x H:35cm

    Magazine holder material: Felt
    Magazine holder dimensions: W:41x D:35 x H:26cm

  • Designer

    Even the smallest thoughts, incidents or trends can become something big one day. But no matter the scale of a project, usability, detailing and good craftsmanship should always be paramount in the design. Noidoi Design Studio came to life in 2013 after two ambitious designers collided at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design and decided to joined forces to live out their shared dream of creating objects with personality and a long life-span. The two bright heads behind Noidoi belongs to Cosmin who was born and raised in Bucharest, Romania, and Kathrine, who spend most of her childhood in Gjøvik, Norway, and two years in Sri Lanka as well. Today, their design studio is located in the little town of Kapp, which is right next to Norway’s biggest lake, and surrounded by the classical virtues of Scandinavian nature. In 2014, Noidoi Design Studio received the “young talents” award from the Norwegian Design Council, and they have already been exhibiting on grand design scenes in Stockholm, London, Milano, New York and Romania. As a design studio and duo, Noidoi keeps an open mind to new challenges and materials when designing. Their inspiration emanates from new trends in society such as urbanisation and the need for smarter and more flexible solutions as spaces grow smaller and natural resources become more scarce.

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  • Delivery

    4-5 weeks
    Made to order item

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