They are important and have to be there yet they’re flexible enough that they can be as simple and as tiny as possible in certain cases. It’s important not to waste valuable space so opting for space-efficient nightstands seems like a perfect compromise. Seemingly inspired from a caterpillar’s track, this project can be enlarged little by little, unlike other tables with fixed extensions. The unconventional table is made of locally grown ash, with a transparent Osmo oli finish: “The end grain of the ash wood makes a beautiful pattern in the triangular shape, which also reminds me of my grandmother’s crocheted tablecloths,” Natalie stated. In order to expend the table, the user has to drag a special handle beneath. Check out the video below to see how this process is done in a simple and elegant manner.
What do you think of the idea of Pop-Up Furniture? For some, it may seem a natural step in the direction of minimalist design,backing-up the trend of “less is more”. The reason why we chose to present this cardboard pop-up furniture project envisioned by Liddy Scheffknecht and Armin B. Wagner is strongly connected with practical living in small apartments. Using the technique of Pop-Ups, the design duo created a mobile workstation consisting of a desk, a chair and a laptop appears and disappears. The sculpture can be opened and closed like a book. Have a look at the video below to see just how easy it is to install this pop-up furniture project and then “close” it back!