The Living Cube / Till Konneker

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The swiss Till Konneker, founder of illDesigns, proposes to us a solution as interesting as practical, in case we are facing with the arranging of a reduced in size living space or when we want to save space. Named The Living Cube, the project realized by Till Konneker, satisfies different functionalities which are usually served by several pieces of furniture. With a very small footprint, The Living Cube combines up to ten essential pieces of furniture: TV space, shelves for books, records or clothes, office space, closet, shoe rack, minibar, a bed above the cube and inside an additional storage space. On request, the cube can be customized both in size and as components. Living Cube is designed by Till Könneker (illDesigns), constructed by Remo Zimmerli (Holzlabor) and Darren Green (The Old Wood Co.), and photographed by Rob Lewis.

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