Claudio Sibille's multifunctional Sensei furniture features two interlocking seats that can be snapped together to create one smooth surface.

Uruguayan industrial designer Claudio Sibille‘s ‘Sensei' furniture is two different products in one, and can either be used as a table or taken apart to be used as two chairs. The multifunctional furniture provides a solution for small living spaces, with interlocking black and white chairs that can easily be snapped together to form a stylish coffee or dining table. Click through to see pictures of Sibille's design:

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Claudio Sibille

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