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Behold: The QWERTY keyboard sofa bed

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Sooner or later we all end up by falling asleep on our computer's keyboard, our noses constantly but conveniently pressing the 'Z' key.

With this in mind an Italian architecture and design firm called ZO_loft have designed and created the QWERTY keyboard sofa bed.

The company say it will 'hold you on its soft keys on evenings while working in the office or at home on a rainy afternoon spent watching the TV'.

Each of those key-shaped sofa cushions is height-adjustable via the included remote control (below), meaning you can find optimum comfort.

Co-founder of ZO_loft, Paolo Emilio said: "In this way, the furniture becomes a playful carpet, a comfortable support but an unconventional surface, to let users design new configurations useful for everyday life and to be happy to finally sleep on their keyboard." That, and it looks cool.

Images: ZO_loft/Rex Features

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