Hybrid Furniture by Kata Monus Breaks Storage Design Boundaries

By: Sarah Robson - Published: Jul 5, 2012 • References: katamonus.blogspot.hu & archiscene.net
The Hybrid Furniture by Kata Monus is unique and experimental and features never before-seen pieces that use elements of modern day furniture. Kata Monus has created two wooden structures that are integrated by a soft knitted material that is sewn through the two wooden pieces. This string braided into the wooden boxes gives the item a beautifully entangled look.

This 'out of the box' storage unit combines soft and hard materials to create a hybrid piece of furniture that breaks the boundaries of standard storage furniture. The braided string creates an unbreakable and flowing connection between each piece of the furniture. 

Kata Monus is a Hungarian designer who specializes in textile techniques, patterns, graphic design, furniture, recycling and structures. Stats for Stitched Experimental Furnishings Trending: Older & Warm
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