As a person who likes simplicity and mystery I’ve always dreamed of having of home where things aren’t exactly what they seem to be. But I never really managed to come up with a clear image for this place or at least not until now. Then I found this interesting project. It’s a space furnished with creations of Harry Thaler who designed them for the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Bolzano, Italy.
As you can see, you can’t really tell which piece of furniture is which because, when not used, they basically all fold up or down and become mysterious box-like structures. It’s a very interesting concept and it’s not alluring just because of the mystery it brings but also because of the functionality of the designs.
The furniture is, as you can see, minimalist. They have a simple construction and they’re very practical. They are perfectly functional and comfortable to use when needed and, when not, they hide inside their boxes and make room for something else.
The materials used for this intriguing collection are frank and simple and the designs lack any unnecessary embellishments or details. Also, they all roll on wheels so you can relocate them with ease. This means you can reconfigure the room and the house in numerous different ways, depending on the occasion. It must be nice to have such freedom and flexibility.