We've seen decor made out of flu-infected chickens (yes, you read that right), sofas inspired by legendary musicians, and stools literally made out of money, so it's not easy to surprise us. Unless, that is, you put a piece of furniture before us that claims to offer the ultimate in comfort.
Enter the Lullock. It's a black sofa punctuated with "florets" made out of foam and felt, which conform to the body when you sit down, according to Design Taxi.
The seat's curved exterior and free-moving base also allow it to rock back and forth along with your body's movement, meaning you'll no longer find yourself standing up and sitting back down again to find a comfortable position. Basically, this sofa takes its cues from you.
The Lullock was designed by Nicole Hone, Darnar Kruy, James Edwards, Nisha Brunt and Reuben Knauf (above), students at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. And although they haven't announced whether or not they will sell their prototype to the masses, we're keeping our fingers crossed. Just think of all the movies you could binge-watch while lounging on this thing.