This Flexible, Space Saving Furniture Was Designed For City Living

This Flexible, Space Saving Furniture Was Designed For City Living
Design

Students who can't afford more than one piece of furniture in their room can use Nook for multiple purposes

Zack Palm
  • 26 july 2017

For her graduation project from the Royal College of Art, Andrea Pallarès created a furniture frame called Nook, ideal for students who normally can’t fit multiple furniture items in their living spaces.

Nook was made from a bed frame, a pillow and three cushions. The design can transform into a bed, a couch, a location made for one, or can even open up to cater for multiple people to socialize. The pillows feature a set of magnets that connect to the bed frame to hold them in place while they get propped up vertically. Additionally, Nook comes with a flat surface to serve as a work desk or to hold up plates at a party.

Nook

For her graduation project from the Royal College of Art, Andrea Pallarès created a furniture frame called Nook, ideal for students who normally can’t fit multiple furniture items in their living spaces.

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