Key facts


Origami is a comfortable contemporary version of the classical easy chair, developed by Offecct in collaboration with Spanish designer Carlos Tíscar. The sofa is not just an expanded version of the chair, but an entirely new piece of furniture with a new suspension system. The name Origami comes from the Japanese art of folding paper into 3D objects. Like origami, Tíscar’s easy chair and sofa is built by angular sections of straight lines. Tíscar has worked with contrasts rather than volumes, and the result is a piece of furniture that is powerful despite its light appearance.

“Today, we are more and more working and communicating in public places, and Origami’s high back gives people who sit and work on a computer or an iPad, or having an intimate conversation, a valued sense of integrity and unprecedented comfort” says Kurt Tingdal, Offecct

Wooden frame with details of molded wood covered with cold foam wrapped with flameproof fiber. Nozag spring bottom. Upholstered in fabric. Legs in chrome.