When entertainment comes from a personal screen instead of one placed in a single spot, seating can be more flexible. That's what inspired Werner Aisslinger's new collection for Moroso called Bikini Island. All the pieces are low, deep, and interchangeable with movable backrests and attachable tables, shelves, and rods. The collection debuts tomorrow at Salone Internazionale de Mobile.
In other news, a Swarovski-encrusted tub will set you back 6 figures, and Google helps publishers monetize Hangouts. See the headlines after the jump.
• A Couch System For The Tablet Era | Co.Design
• Catchpole And Rye's Swarovski-Encrusted Bathtub Can Be All Yours For $228,000 | Huff Post Home
• With Google's Help, 'Glamour' Monetizes Hangouts | Mashable