As more and more people choose to work from home, there’s an increased demand for rooms within a room. Some accomplish this configuration with multi-functional storage spaces, catch-all pods, and even meditation spaces. And some, like Innovation Imperative´s Tetra Shed take on the guise of a giant black rock. Its faceted, minimalistic, geometric aesthetic opts for the scant over the ostentatious; it fits an entire small office inside; it can be completely closed up, so you can relax and forget about work; and, let’s be honest, it’s quite the conversation piece.
Attention apartment dwellers! If you’re looking for a practical and elegant way to store all of your belongings, and to stealthily add additional sleeping quarters to your home, look no further than the Living Cube. Envisioned by German designer Till Konneker, this multifunctional design comes complete with a top platform for chilling out or fitting an extra bed, as well as a hidden storage room inside.
If you’ve wanted a pool table at home but know there’s no way one will ever fit in your apartment, here’s a playful and innovative table concept designed just for you. Meet the Amarith Fusion pool table, a modern, sleek design combo that lets you enjoy a game of pool after dinner with friends—and doesn’t take up any more space than a traditional dining table.
Is your apartment full of stuff lying around everywhere? Do you wish you could just make it disappear? This strange yet functional object can help make your cleaning dreams come true, whether you need to quickly stow away your dirty clothes on the floor, random knickknacks that don’t have a place or your kids’ innumerable toys. An idea by designer Nicole de Bie, HOPPETEE is a soft box that can playfully hide clutter inside in an instant, but can make it reappear in no time.