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Transformable furniture by Think Fabricate from New York

by Leona Liu on Jan 25, 2016 in Products
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Hide n Seek wall cabinet

Hide n Seek wall cabinet

Brooklyn-based design studio Think Fabricate provides a great solution for flexible settings with its Kinetic Collection of transformable furniture

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Lift coffee table

The collection consists of four pieces that are practical for space saving: Work n Play, a media unit; Hide n Seek, a wall cabinet; Slide, a credenza; and Lift, a coffee table. What makes this collection unique is its mobility and transformability; each piece of furniture is outfitted with liftable surfaces, slidable panels, and hidden compartments. Made from a luxurious material palette of metallic-finished oak, grey-stained oak, walnut and lacquer, the pieces are aesthetically crisp and elegant, in addition to the multi-functionality they offer.

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Work n Play media unit

The media cabinet features a pull down desk – creating a stand up work station, a prominent new trend in office furnishings – and the coffee table has a liftable surface making it a perfect spot for a laptop.

Slide credenza

Slide credenza

 

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