The lazy bastard was made for Dutch brand/company Montis. It is the streamlined (read: affordable and more comfortable) version of the Lazy Bastard as made for the Shared Space project. One of the things that fascinated me about the lazy bastard was its worn look. Because of its very soft filling the upholstery is anything but tight straight and slick. It is upholstered with a knitted fabric. The triangular version of the fabric was especially developed with Innofa/Febrik for the lazy bastard. The triangles in the pattern were to give some organized structure to the crumpling and folding fabric. can be ordered as 1-seater, 2-seater, Little Lazy and ottoman.
materials: frame of plywood sheets with beech slates, no-sag springs in a steel frame, steel square matt black powder- coated legs, plastic feet with integrated felt, high resilience foam, expanded polystyrene spheres, polyether flakes, fabrics Triangle and Stitch