Marvin Reber's Inclusion Couch is a fun furniture design that includes multiple parts that can be taken apart and put back together in imaginative ways. Fully assembled as a functional couch, the design consists of two supportive L-shaped forms, an ash-veneer plank supported by a steel rod, a padded blue backrest and a blue cushion for sitting on.
Once these pieces are taken apart, there's the potential for the plank to form a ramp, or serve as a sort of see-saw. Alternatively, the small green forms can be used as seats that are perfectly sized for kids. As Reber describes: "This is not a children's couch, nor is it purely for adults. It is designed to complement and satisfy the different needs that children and adults have without compromising on aesthetics."