Considering the ever-increasing space problems in the urban apartments, multifunctional furniture units have become quite popular with the homeowners. Enter Klopf Klopf by Johannes Häuser, a multifunctional piece of furniture, which you could use as a kitchen unit, a desk, a bookshelf or a wardrobe. Designed for modern nomads, the Klopf Klopf has been made using three wooden pieces and clasps of different height and length. The assembling process does not need any glue or screws.
Multifunctional, transforming furniture units are getting all the attention these days because of the shrinking living spaces in the cities. Designed by Jorge Olvera for a contest run by wood products company Masisa, the X-Lim is a multifunctional piece of furniture that can be hung on the wall as a decorative design. When needed, you can take it down from the wall and combine its parts to form a table and a bench for three persons. The X-Lim was designed keeping in mind the small houses that have limited space to fit a plenty of furniture.
Multifunctional furniture units are all the rage these days. Designed by Gyuyub Jo, the Aleph is multipurpose furniture targeted at smaller households and draws inspiration from boxes. Aleph does not take much of your space while offering maximum efficiency. The furniture collection comprises of boxes, lids and wooden sticks of different lengths, which the users can customize according to their needs. The boxy units can be either used for storage or used as other basic furniture units.
With city apartments cramping for space due to ever increasing population, people are looking for modular or multifunctional objects to make the most out of the limited space. Drawing inspiration from the traditional modular trays, young Korean designer Choi Sang A has come up with a utility furniture hailed as the “BADAC the shelf life” that includes a lamp, coffee table, shelves and chairs to utilize the space in small urban homes.
After the innovative Reversible Table, Kutarq Studio is now back with yet another interesting furniture unit for small spaces. The new 4+4 coffee table features four independent modules, which can be used as storage units to save your valuable space. Each unit has its own draw, which doubles as stool to serve your extra guests. All the four modules have wheels, which lets users move them easily and make a range of combinations as per the requirements.
With an aim to make the most of the available space in a refreshing way, Aïssa Logerots has designed the Bookcase, a horizontal bookshelf that could be used for multiple purposes other than arranging the books in a flat way. Designed as an island for bibliophiles, the alluring wooden structure can be placed anywhere inside the home. The visual effect created by the combination empty and full drawers lets users perceive the unit in different ways according to the viewing angle. Since the upper plank is positioned at a seat height, the limited edition Bookcase by Aïssa Logerots also serves as a console, low table and bench.
If you don’t have enough space to fit in an array of furniture units into your abode, you definitely need some multifunctional, transforming furniture pieces. Designed by Bernotat&Co, the Doppeldecker Table hides your workspace under to transform into a dining table. The table offers two levels to combine work and leisure into one unit. With the Doppeldecker Table, you don’t have to worry about cleaning the workspace every time you wish to have a cup of coffee with your friends or dine with your family. Simply close the lid and hide all the work accessories in no time.
Designers these days are focusing a lot on creating furniture pieces for the spaces where space comes at a premium. Designed by Agnieszka Mazur, Takka is a multifunctional furniture series comprising of an adjustable table and stools. The set serves as a coffee table (at 48 cm), seating unit, side tables and a dining set (at 75 cm) for two. The desired height is kept intact with the help of bright red custom designed butterfly screw, which also adds a playful tinge to the design. The stools can be stacked together with the table when not in use to save space.
If you happen to live in an urban apartment setting, chances are you do not have too much of space and that’s where multifunctional furniture units can be of great usage. Designed by Kutarq Studios, the Reversible Table is an elegant furniture unit that can be used as both a coffee table and a dining table by simply flipping it over. As a dining table, it stands 73cm in height and when transformed into a coffee table, it is 35sm high. While those legs might seem a bit strange at the first glance, but then you can hang your coats, hats or other items on it, which does make a whole lot of sense for the crunched spaces.
Whether it’s your living room, bedroom or the patio, the “Plain” seating unit from the house of Khota Creative Studio looks to be a perfect fit. The Plain furniture unit not only offers you an elegant seating space, but also takes care of your storage needs. The curvaceous chair comprises two elements that have been lifted up from the ground level, which makes for exploration of elements on frontal disposition in a ”loving” concept. Made from MDF with finishes of wood foil, the chair enjoys a free flowing silhouette and accommodates two persons who can either sit or lie down facing each other.