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ZEITRAUM turns your dreams of complete relaxation into a reality with the YOMA bed and Japanese-inspired ZENSO LOUNGE lounge chair.

Is it an optical illusion or is this bed actually floating? With its feet set so far inwards the YOMA bed gives the impression that it’s hovering over the floor. Its low frame height is also conspicuously inconspicuous, with the mattress sinking only a few centimetres into the frame it seems as if it's simply lying atop.

Seemingly delicate, the YOMA bed created by design duo Kaschkasch is, however, supremely comfortable with its generous cushioning. The long side of the bed doubles as a shelf and the back cushions can be fixed in various positions, depending on if you are in the mood to read, watch Netflix or want to rest. Combine with the YOMA Plate side table, which can be freely positioned, for a stylish accent. For those wishing to use their own slatted frame, ZEITRAUM has, of course, thought of that too. Their GRAND YOMA model accommodates with a larger frame and higher bedside.

The YOMA keeps up with today's individual lifestyle demands with its versatility. It comes with or without upholstered elements, with a (single or double section) headboard and offers upholstery in a wide range of colours. Nothing stands in the way of making YOMA a completely individualised oasis of relaxation.

The new ZENSO LOUNGE performs a miracle. With its slanted backrest and deep-set seat, this lounge chair offers excellent comfort without taking up too much space. Designed by Formstelle, its form – with the seat shell and backrest representing two floating circles – was inspired by the Japanese character "Ensō", frequently used in Japanese calligraphy as a symbol for enlightenment and elegance, the universe and emptiness.

In addition, great attention has been paid to ensuring ZENSO LOUNGE’s robustness and comfort. Thanks to its cross-shaped construction, the stable solid-wood frame appears surprisingly light. Furthering its striking visual impact are the seat and back shells of moulded wood and the pronounced contours of their cushions.

This is the kind of chair you won't want to get up from in a hurry.

YOMA bed designed by Kaschkasch
 

YOMA bed designed by Kaschkasch

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