Designer Dymitr Malcew's break out furniture consist of treehouse-like pieces that can be arranged to fit one's needs.

Singapore-based architect and designer Dymitr Malcew's design for modular furniture consists of treehouse-inspired pieces that can be joined together or positioned separately depending on the need.

The furniture was designed for a co-working office space and includes cushions that can be pulled out and positioned around the room to create the office set-up desired by the user.

The modular pieces can be joined together to create a meeting room or positioned separately to create a semi-private place where one can work undisturbed.

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