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Created in 1971 by Hans Hopfer, Mah Jong heralded a revolution in furniture design—one that
reflected the, ahem, fervent experimentation of the times. Now living spaces, like lifestyles, could be tailored to one’s needs. The sofa took its name from the ancient Chinese game played with 136 tiles, whose shuffling and reshuffling produces near endless configurations. This streamlined update is stylishly garbed thanks to a collaboration with Missoni Home; the label’s exuberant solids, stripes, and patterns can match or clash as you please. The Italian-made, handstitched cushions come in three basic shapes—corner, straight back, and ottoman—and can be layered to increase height or spread out to cover more surface area. And though sofa and namesake share some attributes, the
former departs in a few critical ways: Its interchangeable playing pieces are considerably more comfortable and quiet.