7 Wooden Furniture for Your Tiny Space
Syifa Aisha Arashi | Monday, 21 November 2022
Syifa Aisha Arashi | Monday, 21 November 2022
Living in a small space is about making the most of what you have. The selection and use of furniture are also a special concern to strive for comfort in a fairly narrow space. With the appropriate size and function of furniture, users will still feel comfortable in a confined space.
The following seven pieces of built-in and multifunctional furniture made of wood can be an inspiration to get around the limited space while complementing the needs of its users.
Bookgroove by Deniz Aktay
Bookgroove by Deniz Aktay (Photo by Deniz Aktay)
This multifunctional side table entitled "Bookgroove" by Deniz Aktay offers a minimalist aesthetic in a limited space. Unlike side tables in general, Deniz Aktay designed this side table with two functions: a desk and a bookshelf. Bookgroove is made using solid wood that is cylindrical shaped and has a cavity for the book holder. Its unique shape and ergonomic volume served as inspiration for designing a table with similar functions and shapes for your small space.
Feeling Library by Caukin Studio
Feelings Library by Caukin Studio (Photo by Aron Klein & Katie Edwards)
Feeling Library is an interactive installation in the form of a portable pop-up library. Caukin Studio created this furniture with an inner space of no more than 2 square meters. Added a simple wooden bench and a wooden folding table to support reading and writing to complete the library function. The idea of collapsible furniture, such as in the Feeling Library, is the right solution to present a minimalist private reading room.
A Room in the Garden by Studio Ben Allen
A Room in the Garden by Studio Ben Allen (Photo by Ben Tynegate)
Ben Allen's studio built an octagonal 'little house in the garden of a house in London, which functioned as an office, room, playground, reading, or relaxing. A Room in the Garden, which only has an area of 15 square meters, is equipped with compact wooden furniture that can function as a lounge chair and a bed when opened. This furniture provides convenience for its users by adjusting their needs in a fairly narrow multifunctional space.
False Banana Pavilion by Flea Folly Architects
False Banana Pavilion by Flea Folly Architects (Photo by Jim Holden)
The creative idea created by Flea Folly Architects, seen in the shape of the pavilion they designed and the built-in furniture inside the pavilion, is also one of the favorite spots for visitors to the False Banana Pavilion located in the Kew Wakehurst botanical garden. Through this built-in furniture made of wood, Flea Folly Architects provides a spatial experience for visitors while maximizing the function of the space to bring comfort to those who want to relax.
3500 Millimeter House by AGo Architects
3500 Millimetre House by AGo (Photo by Kafinnoeman)
Occupying an area of 56 square meters, this 3500 Millimeter House by AGo Architects maximizes the space's function according to its residents' needs. Interestingly, they arranged a fairly narrow space design by placing several multifunctional wooden pieces of furniture simultaneously separating the two areas on the 2nd floor. This wooden space separator also serves as an additional dining table seat. So, compact space arrangements and creative furniture can strengthen the character of this house.
Mo-tel House in London by S&M Office
Mo-tel House by S&M Office (Photo by FRENCH+TYE)
S&M renovated the ground floor of one of London's homes in 2020. They specially design multifunctional wooden furniture to meet space needs in a limited area. This multifunctional wooden furniture in the form of a blue sofa is arranged in the dining area, which functions as a dining chair and a book-reading area. Uniquely, this sofa is equipped with a pink triangular roof that functions as a storage unit.
Brooklyn Barbershop with Dual Functions by KeRa Design
Brooklyn Barbershop by KeRa Design (Photo by byrayboedi)
With an area of only about 70 square meters, KeRa Design had to rack its brains to design a room with dual functions. The Brooklyn Barbershop, which doubles as a coffee shop and a barbershop located in Medan. The interior of Brooklyn Barbershop is dominated by minimalist furniture tailored to the needs of the space and its users. KeRa Design uses a flexible wooden furniture system that is neatly stored in storage, which, if taken out, can cover the needs of sitting with a table that suits ergonomics. This hidden wooden furniture is a smart solution for limited spaces, making the space smooth.
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