For both children and adults, this clever design can be quickly rearranged into the ultimate couch fort

As urban population grows, so does the need for space-efficient and multifunctional furniture, particularly for parents with young children who have to navigate a home full of furniture that isn’t designed with them in mind. Created by Marvin Reber while he was a student at Unitec Institute of Technology, the Inclusion Couch is designed to satisfy the different needs that adults and children have without compromising aesthetics. Based on the concept of inclusive design—when a single item of furniture can support different sets of requirements—all of the individual components of the couch can be rearranged into a playful set of playground-like structures.

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