Functional seating: New couch from Gjemeni

Created by a cross-disciplinary team of designers, engineers and kinesiologists, Gjemeni's mid-century-modern-inspired couch has four USB ports and two 110-volt sockets as part of the furniture.

The bed can be adapted into a bed that can sleep two.

The furniture uses layered memory foam, bonded leather and temperature shield technology to protect against uncomfortable hot spots. Gjemeni also incorporated a stainless steel frame.


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Available in four colors (black, red, white and mocha), the company also offers a matching chair and ottoman for a complete set.

Photo credit: Gjemeni

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