Two chrome-plated legs run across the width of the front and the back of the bed.
The bed is engineered with an additional leg, which is mounted out-of-sight under the center of the bed.
The Case Study Furniture® Fastback Bed, adheres to the highest standards of workmanship and quality materials.
The angled headboard gives comfort and support while reading or watching television in bed.
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At VS, we understand that each educational environment - just like every individual student - is unique.Made entirely from natural materials, the pieces have been designed in reference to the Kinuta Terrace apartments in Tokyo, which are arranged around a large outdoor courtyard.To create the collection Norm Architects and Keiji Ashizawa Design added pieces to an existing set of furniture the architects At the centre of the room is one new piece – a gridded timber bookshelf that has been dressed with books from local independent book store Cinnober.A wide selection of Sunbrella fabrics ensure that both daybeds segue seamlessly into any modern outdoor scheme.The Case Study® #22 series, outdoor furniture designed in 1946 by Hendrik Van Keppel and Taylor Green, has been reprised by Modernica to the exact original design specifications.Modernica’s Case Study® Outdoor Daybed, carries the identical low-profile and refined geometry of the best-selling Case Study V-Leg Daybed, with this outdoor version re-engineered in solid teak that weathers beautifully, and upholstery that remains impervious to both rain and sun.The Case Study® Cabana Outdoor Daybed (above) is a backless iteration, its silhouette reduced to a simple African teak hardwood platform, topped with low-profile upholstery and bolster pillow.The mattress sits directly on a one-piece platform which is built with two zinc-plated perforated steel inserts.These perforated inserts allow the mattress to breathe naturally ― thus eliminating the need for a standard conventional box spring.The brand takes its name from the Case Study Houses, an experimental programme organised by American magazine Arts & Architecture between 19 that invited major architects of the time to create inexpensive residences for the housing boom that followed world war two.Karimoku was originally founded in 1940 by Shohei Kato, who made timber parts out of a small shop in the city of Karina, Japan, before launching a wooden furniture line in the 1960s.