The lazy couch is the result of an innovative and comfortable design. In the 1960s, the original design and unification of the design world began to waver, people began to doubt the previous design ideas that took for granted, trying to break through the tradition.
On the occasion of the rise of protests, Gatti, Paolini and Teodoro founded a design company in Turin in 1965, trying to design a comfort that is both comfortable and comfortable. A soft sofa that caters to the interest of the impetuous youth at the time. They found inspiration from the bags of plastic waste, creating the prototype of a lazy couch (bean bag chair). The original lazy sofa (bean bag chair) consists of 12 million small plastic balls, which are low in cost, versatile, and able to meet the requirements of "any body, any place, any surface".
In 1970, the Lazy Sofa (Beanbag Chair) was exhibited at the "1918 to 1970 Modern Chair Exhibition" held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and was collected. Although the designer did not intend to create a tribute to the work at first, it was an elegant and comfortable bean bag sofa. Since then, popular classics, symbols of the times.
In 2001, the name of the bean bag furniture "lazy bones" and "bean bags" entered China, and a group of young people rushed in a form of hippie and laziness. The improved bean bag furniture once again attracted the attention of the Chinese people. JOMANA from England not only continues the lazyness and comfort of bean bags, but also injects luxurious and elegant elements into the fashion of fashion to create a "bean bag" life.