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Eva’s bed – Multiple Use Furniture Design for Children
Here’s the creative furniture, partition and bed design for young couple to divide a room into two parts for their children.
The main idea of this project is how to provide a personal space to each child. The multiple-use furniture can be a comfortable place for kids, its perfect for secret storage, bed, climbing, hiding, drawing etc. The project answers to this request of separation by adding a third space making the partition. The new partition is porous creating steps, cavities and niches which suggests many possibilities for appropriation.
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