Designer Naho Matsuno has designed a classic piece of furniture called the Cube 6 made of birch plywood and maple. The cube unfolds into six tiny stools that would be ideal when you have a small group of friends pop by one morning and all of them start whining that they want to sit down.
The piece was displayed at the Salone Satellite at the Milan furniture fair.
Implications - While many consumers have managed to fully recover from the recent economic downturn, a large percentage of the population is still seeking ways to cut down on living expenses. Products that boast a variety of functions will serve as much more efficient and beneficial for the consumers trying to spend less money. Businesses that can provide this type of versatility for consumers will reap the benefits.
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- By: varkeychayaApr 26, 2008 Updated: Jun 22 2011