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July 11, 2008

SimpleDoubleDeux Bed


Designed by Daniel Jauslin, a principal in Drexler Guinand Jauslin Architects in Zurich.


"...Two interlocking molded plywood platforms that slide together to form a single bed and apart to create a double bed," wrote Elaine Louie in yesterday's New York Times story.

Winner of the top furniture award in I.D. magazine's annual design review.


Louie continued, Jauslin "... needed a bed small enough to fit in his 9-by-12-foot guest room but big enough for two guests. 'We wanted flexibility. We thought it would be good to have two beds to take the space of one.'"


$3,485 for the bed; the pair of pictured latex foam mattresses are $1,878.

Not sure if it's for you?


Go have a look: it's on display thought September 28 of this year at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center in New York City.

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