The shrinking amount of living space that consumers have in their homes needs to be optimally designed to ensure it's as functional as possible, which is seeing designers respond with new furniture like the 'Anish' chair.
Designed by Emanuele Magini, the seat looks like a circular room divider and actually hides the chair itself behind a large sheath of stretching fabric. This could make it suitable for open-concept living spaces where inhabitants want to designate areas for different tasks rather than needing to put up walls or use traditional room dividers.
The 'Anish' chair was designed for Italy based furniture brand Campeggi and features a demure blue aesthetic that is paired with a rounded gold frame to make it look as high-fashion as possible.
The 'Anish' Chair Hides a Place to Sit in Plain Sight
1. Optimal Living Space Design - Designers are responding to consumers' shrinking living spaces with furniture that optimizes functionality.
2. Disguised Furniture - Furniture like the 'Anish' chair hides its functional components, making it suitable for open-concept living spaces.
3. Multi-functional Furniture - Consumers are seeking furniture that can serve multiple purposes to make the most of limited living space.
1. Furniture Design - Designers in the furniture industry can capitalize on the need for space-saving and multi-functional furniture.
2. Home Decor - Home decor retailers can offer creative solutions to help consumers make the most of their limited living space.
3. Interior Design - Interior designers can help clients optimize their living space with creative solutions and functional furniture.