The Pushpin stool/table by Kenyon Yeh

Multifunctional pieces of furniture are great not only for small homes but also for any other type of space. They introduce a new concept and they reinvent a certain design. It’s the case for the Pushpin. The Pushpin is either a table or a stool, depending on how you use it. It was designed for COOIMA by London-based designer Kenyon Yeh.

The Pushpin has a minimalistic design. Its design was inspired by the office drawing pins. The designer took that idea and changed the dimensions to form this interesting and functional piece of furniture. The Pushpin is a flexible piece of furniture that can serve both as a stool and as a table. They work best in pairs of two. This way of one of them is sued as a stool the other one can be a table. Also, if an extra seat is needed, all you have to do is flip the table and there it is.

The Pushpin is a playful piece of furniture. However, it has a very simple shape and design. It’s not colorful neither does it have eye-catching details. Yet it’s an intriguing and fun item. Featuring a simple and familiar shape, the Pushpin is easy to integrate in just about any type of décor. Also, it’s made of natural cork. This makes it comfortable not overly cozy. The smaller surface was designed to be sued as a stool. When you flip it over you can use the larger surface as a coffee or side table.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on May 3rd, 2012


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