Apartments are becoming tinier, which means the need for modular, flexible furniture is more important now than ever before.
9 May 2018
Text by Janice Seow
1. Smart study (above)
The Vario desk comes in a slim size and is easy to move around. The back panel can be rotated to add some fun to the study space, while the desktop can be adjusted to save space. The height of the Anfun chair is also adjustable, making it suitable for both children and adults.
The Vario desk and Anfun chair are available at Atomi.
2. Fold it up
Designed by talented Fritz Hansen cabinetmakers Willumsen and Engholm back in 1958, the elegant tray table has now been relaunched as part of the Fritz Hansen Objects collection. The tabletop (in oak veneer) is also a tray that you can detach to serve drinks, while the base (in solid oak, and in either natural or black lacquered finish) is foldable so you can store it neatly away when not needed.
Fritz Hansen is available at W. Atelier.
3. Classic three-in-one
A true classic, the 514 Refolo Sofa was designed by Charlotte Perriand for her own use in Tokyo back in 1953. Produced by Cassina and as relevant today as it was when it was first made, this compact, modular system can be used as a table, a bench or a padded unit simply by adding cushions to the structure using a simple fastening system.
Cassina is available at Space Furniture.
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