The Living Cube could change what constitutes a small living space

Till Konneker designed The Living Cube to give the most effective storage in as small and elegant a design as possible.

While living in a studio apartment, Konneker was forced to live in a very small space and knew it wouldn't be enough to live comfortably. He designed the Living Cube to serve as a bed frame and a storage unit for his devices and other large items.

The cube contains up to twelve different discrete spaces for storage. On the side is a small section broken up into three areas for little items like shoes or keys. The middle includes space to hang jackets, scarves, hats and clothing. The opposite side has larger space and small shelving for your entertainment center or monitor, along with DVDs and books.

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