What if there was an easy way to creatively upgrade your home, without the hassle of handiwork? We’ve stumbled across Edera, a decorative modular system envisioned by Italian designer Loris De Grandi and produced by Formabilio. The project consists of rhomboid elements able to grow and evolve in the way that we like the most, starting from a soft carpet to become a headboard for beds and sofas. The base element has two equilateral triangles with soft padding and fluffy felt with contrast stitching and non-slip bottom.
The Velcro strips along the sides of the triangle allow a fast and intuitive connection between the modules, ensuring a perfect seal in the carpet version, while the practical snap buttons allow you to create compositions to be hung on the ceiling or fixed to the wall. The strength of this furniture is the customization factor, freedom of interaction that let the users compose the modules according to their tastes and needs, creating original surfaces, stylish and ready to be changed at any time. The possibilities are endless and the various color merges can lead to dynamic interiors filled with personality. [Photos and information provided via e-mail by Loris De Grandi]