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Armchair That Holds And Hides Small Things

Tue, Nov 9, 2010 | Chairs | By Mike
 
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Japanese designers are always creative when they design houses and furniture. An armchair presented on DesignTide Tokyo 2010 by Daisuke Motogi Architecture studio is a great example of this creativity. It solves the main problem of the living rooms all around the world. The armchair helps to avoid losing such things as TV remotes, books you’re currently reading, cell phones between the sofa cushions or somewhere in the room. Items can be stored in slots between upholstered cubes that form the armchair. Besides one of such slots could even become a vase for flowers or a cup holder. Creative and practical furniture is all what Japanese designers are about.

Source: dskmtg
Photos: Takahumi Yamada

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