Multifunctional furniture: convertible sofa by Julia Kononenko

Multifunctional furniture convertible sofa by Julia Kononenko (1)

The way we chose to arrange, to decorate and to tool up our apartments has always been under the conflict between a natural desire for space and the necessity of functional furniture. Thus, multifunctional furniture, reduced as dimensions has been, many times, an answer to our comfort demands. Starting from these needs, the designer Julia Kononenko from Ukraine has created a daytime couch that can be easily transformed in small table with six padded stools. Taking into consideration the criteria of ergonomics, this couch offers maxim of comfort and handiness for the user. The effective transformation of the couch implies transforming the seat into six padded stools and the backrest into a table countertop. Thus we obtain a table for six. This coach is ideal for a small room.

Multifunctional furniture convertible sofa by Julia Kononenko (2) (Custom)

Multifunctional furniture convertible sofa by Julia Kononenko (Custom)

Multifunctional furniture convertible sofa by Julia Kononenko (3) (Custom)

Multifunctional furniture convertible sofa by Julia Kononenko (4) (Custom)

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