Your home, like you, should be in a constant state of evolution.
Because stagnant homesteads usually indicate stagnant selfhood, and that’s no way live.
Designer Rolands Landsbergs of Boxetti understands this. The Latvia-based design guru has created a line of space-saving furniture that can accommodate all kinds of living quarters.
Each item in the minimalist collection — which consists of five separate units — can transform from a functional home furnishing into a plain, white box or block, essentially hiding the furniture in plain sight.
The Boxetti Private comes with a foldable double bed, nightstand and six-section wardrobe that can be inserted back into the box from whence they came after use. The bed — which is automatically lifted via remote control — comes with a spotlight and an ambience lighting fixture above the headboard.
Also on offer: kitchen, workspace and entertainment modules that are all handmade and will ensure your space is constantly evolving.
Says Boxetti: “The capability of the modules to be transformed into compactly solid blocks is essential for the design concept in order to obtain an unobstructed and comfortable space – free of uselessness.”