The Box sofa plays on the general characteristic of a modern sofa that is fairly close to an open box structure. Its architecture is built as if as if all the sides of the sofa had been taken apart and then reassembled in a non-aligned manner in order to highlight the logic of such the piece. The sides appear to have been attached back to the base but at an unconventional lower height. As if the side planes had sided down the sofa.  The sofa then very much appears as an assemblage of planes.

The lightweight perception of the Box sofa collection comes from the division of the volumes, since the structure is a distinct element from the cushions, and that the surfaces of the exterior structure and cushions are further visually divided by the seams.

It is a lightweight, architectural sofa that was never-the-less designed to be truly comfortable.