We have received a quite a few inquiries about the cushions on the new Floyd Sofa, with people wondering how the cushions stay in place. The short answer is that the cushions stay right where they’re supposed to – no sliding! The long answer is this: The design of the sofa features a flat main […]
Ever since we launched with The Floyd Leg, we’ve been keen on avoiding the need for tools to assemble our products. It’s something we’ve long believed in, and for good reason. Tools can be a hassle – not everyone has tools at home, the tools included with products are often cheaply made and easy to […]
Testing production samples for tolerance fit yesterday.
A couple of snaps from the development of the packaging for the Sofa Chaise legs..
We’ve been working through deciding the final radii details on the sofa legs and arm panels. We put one of our iPhones on the panel while mocking up two leg prototypes and noticed a nice comparison of the iPhone rad’s and the panels/legs.
Looking at fabric options for the sofa!
The legs will be a defining visual and functional feature of the Floyd Sofa. We’ve been developing the legs for a few months now, starting with sketches and early prototypes and going through numerous iterations. Here’s a few of our development sketches and prototypes as we worked through the profile design, connections, and overall shape/feel.
We’ve been working on a sofa! We began the design process earlier this year, starting with some concept sketching and brainstorming to determine the design constraints we wanted to work within. As with any product we design, the sofa has to look amazing, be super easy to assemble and take apart, and be made with […]