The New Aesthetic hits again. This time, we have the QWERTY sofa by Italian design firm ZO_loft, which, as its name suggests, takes the form of a giant keyboard. Each of the letters or "keys" are actually modular cushions, aggregated to resemble the thing we're tapping on right now. Apparently the height of each of the cushions can be adjusted by remote control, while the sofa itself can be collapsed to make for a guest bed. All you need now is a NES coffee table and a glitch armoire or two, and you'll be in business.