Call us crazy, but we’ve always thought it would actually be pretty cool to find yourself in one of David Lynch’s movies. And the scene in Mulholland Drive’s Silencio, when everything changes, remains one of our all-time favorites. (Our all-time least favorite? Bob hiding behind the bed.) So we’re doubly excited that the lovably odd director/painter/musician has opened a club in Paris based on and named after this famous scene.
Most sofas are designed for one way of sitting, in a perfectly unnatural right angle. The truth is, we lounge, we slouch, we sleep on sofas—we do anything but sit in an upright position. Now a couch actually acknowledges that fact, and without looking like something better suited for a dorm room.
Do you know how much fricking space baby gear takes up? I can speak from experience: Fitting all of it into a small New York apartment is a design problem and then some. Sandrine Lebas, Creative Director at LUNAR, must have experienced something like this, because she's created a godsend product called Koo — a baby bassinet that transforms into a rocking chair.