A/B space saving furniture by kim myung hyun
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nov 15, 2012
A/B space saving furniture by kim myung hyun


‘A/B space saving furniture’ by kim myung hyun

 

traditionally, the strategy to save space is by forms of stacking or folding. conceived by south korean designer kim myung hyun,
her piece titled ‘A / B’ approaches storage by putting another leg into a transparent leg, which provides visual satisfaction and
effective utilization of space. A & B consists of a black stand, a tea table or a stool, a desk, and a book-box.

the components can be added to each other and can also be independent, which creates approximately 20 combinations with
various functions. the variety is based on the simple system of sharing the legs. the pieces of furniture are adapted to the users, 
based on a systematic concept that provides possibilities for a variety of configurations and arrangements.

 

 


1/2 combination

 

 


detailed view – coffee table or chair

 

 


simple system – sharing legs

 

 


1/2/3/4 arrangement

 

 


1/2/4 arrangement

 

 


1/2/3/4 arrangement variation 

 

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