The furniture allows you to move the apartments easily by placing them inside a carton!
Urbanization and the transfer of human resources to urban areas have resulted in a rapid rise in real estate prices. This further ensures that space will come at a premium in these large cities where work and life will take us. As a result, apartment and small home living has become the norm in such meters, and people rely on space-efficient appliances that they can use in their small space and are easy to transport when moving. Living up to demand, a South Korean designer acquired 120 Series furniture. While we seek that this one piece of furniture can be used in 120 ways, the name is a clever play on the size of moving boxes (120cm³).
Each design in this series can fit in a shipping carton (120cm³) without disassembling and then the tedious reassembly in the new place. Moving is a tedious task; if you move from one locality to another or between cities, you will know what I mean. Many city dwellers sell their furniture at disposal prices because carrying large pieces of furniture is next to impossible. One of the solutions of the furniture industry is the introduction of innovative and space saving designs. Although the 120 Series furniture cannot be folded, it is designed in a way that the stool can function as a horizontal basket or a side table – with wheels – it can double as a trolley. Each furniture unit in the collection, which primarily features a chair, has nylon handles to boost portability. We have a trolley with removed wheels, a stepping stool that doubles as a chair, and a basket stool to name a few. The basket stool has a yellow handle so we can carry its contents on the move day!
The 120 series can be packed and transferred in carton cartons along with other luggage; ganun kasimple. The thought of that design element is what makes this design unique. The furniture is much like LEGO blocks for your home – you can use them together or separately, but more importantly, it doesn’t force you to sell. In fact, each of these designs can be your little bit known in an unknown home!
Designer: WooSeok Lee