Dan Hisel's Z Box is Designed for Room-Less Lofts

By: Michael Hines - Published: Apr 17, 2011 • References: danhiseldesign & dornob
I never knew what "furnitecture" was until I came across the Z Box from Dan Hisel. Dan Hisel is an architect who designed the Z Box as an answer to the age-old question of where to sleep in a newly renovated loft.

Whereas most apartments have rooms and walls already set up, some new lofts are literally just wide open spaces. The Z Box fills your need for furniture by acting as a bedroom, closet and even shelving set. The entire setup is designed to be simple to assemble: the Z Box only contains 12 total pieces. If you're planning on moving on up to a loft with walls anytime in the near future, you're definitely going to want to check out Dan Hisel's Z Box. Stats for Boxed-In Bedrooms Trending: Older & Buzzing
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