Most of the flats are united by one disadvantage: small floor area. That is why the main requirement for the furniture is multifunctionality. This feature is valued by people from other countries as well. For example, Swiss designer Florian Krautli created a unique stacking table-drawer “Stacking Nesting Tables” , which can be turned into either a coffee table, or a storage system, or a compact stand with a shelf.
“Stacking Nesting Tables” include 4 coffee tables of different sizes, which can be nested into each other like the famous Russian Doll Matryoshka. This type of furniture will meet the needs of a hospital young family.
If needed, you can unfold and make an impromptu buffet, and after all the guests have left, “Stacking Nesting Tables” can be packed up for storage again. You can also stack them up and turn the tables into a compact drawer with open shelves.
And your guests can be seated on an original origami sofa by Yumi Yoshida, which can be folded and kept in a wardrobe or be a dense bedcover.