Designer Creates Multifunctional Furniture Collection With Victorinox

Designer Creates Multifunctional Furniture Collection With Victorinox

The pieces mimic the versatility of the classic swiss army knife

Conner Dial, Fashion Editor
  • 20 september 2016

Artist and designer Stephen Kenn has collaborated with Victorinox on a line of multifunctional furniture. According to Kenn, the 130-year-old knife manufacturer commissioned the designer for three home objects in the summer of 2016. The series is composed of a chair, desk, and storage column. The Stepladder Chair, made with aged leather, can be inverted to reveal three steps. The Convertible desk can be turned into a drafting and coffee table, and also comes with a storage compartment. The triple tiered Storage Column can operate as a mirror, storage box and bookshelf. Additionally, each of the cubes can spin independently of the other.

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