Not to sound jaded, but if you've been in the design journalism game long enough, it’s rare to spot a piece of furniture that’s so innovative you’ve never encountered some version of it before. Even more rarely do you become intrigued with it. But that's what happened to several GRAY editors reviewing our current issue's feature on the tiny condo by Vancouver-based interior designer Corey Klassen.
The Cubista by Vancouver's Resource Furniture caught our eye as an ingenious way to make storing extra seating doable in a small space. What begins as a minimal ottoman can be easily transformed into seating for five! Made to order in Italy, this nifty little piece definitely pulls its weight in the space race.
|The Cubista in action in the Vancouver condo in this month's issue. Check out the whole story, and more small-space living features here! Second and third photos by Tracey Ayton|
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