Your furniture - now you see it, now you don't. It changes its shape for you to maximize your space. One object has two or more utility. A home furniture has never been used so smart before.
Architects with an incredible imagination have created buildings that seem to be from another planet. Althow from outside they seem extremely weird, in the inside they are pretty normal.
Simple, light and clean worked. This is how I would describe the Gurrado furniture and home décor. The products are carefuly made with attention to detail from high quality materials. The goal of the manufacturers are to make furniture that would defide time. Attention to detail and careful selection of timber and veneers are the essential ingredients for all Gurrado furniture and home décor.
Those of you who constantly want to change your home décor, you have an alternative to the classic bookshelves. Created by Korean designer Sehoon Lee, this set of wall boxes does the unexpected. The boxes are hinged together so that they can flex and move around to form different shapes.
Austrian artist Klemens Torggler decided that the door needed a facelift so he designed this four-panel prototype that flips out of the way to open, and flips back to close. Torggler calls this system a “flip panel door” (Drehplattentür). The Austrian has a few variations on this door, one with the origami-esque triangles that fold out to help the door move, and another system with rods that rotate two square panels.