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The 'Operio' Furniture Bench Changes According to Needs or Preferences

 - Mar 15, 2017
References: behance.net & homecrux
The 'Operio' furniture bench features a shape-shifting design that enables the aesthetic of the piece to never be quite the same when changed in orientation. Designed by Bina Baitel, the 'Operio' bench draws inspiration from the Aubusson tapestry craft and consists of an undulating fabric cover that has two layers in order to accommodate items being placed between them. This enables the bench to be augmented into different ways in order to create something that has individualized seats as well as a spot to store items in an unorthodox way.

The 'Operio' furniture bench is a versatile way to keep items stored and is functional as a design for modern spaces or even as a piece that can be used in a child's room.