Connect with Furnish Burnish

Magnetic Furniture

Share |

Every day there are more new ideas that are changing our tastes and habits. But we cannot change the furniture every week or month, as it is not only difficult, but also requires a considerable amount of money. An innovative solution is offered by modern designers: magnetic furniture that encourages creativity.

Magnetic Furniture to Encourage Your Creativity

"Magnete" shelves by DesignYouEdit

“Magnete” shelves by DesignYouEdit 

“Magnete” shelves designed by DesignYouEdit allow the user to change mirrors, shelves, hangers and other small home furnishings to his or her liking due to a simple combination of magnetic parts and metal panels.

Torafu, Japanese architectural studio is known for a bright and playing furniture. One of their most interesting creations is a seemingly simple shelf Clopen, which hides the box for different things. To open the box, you need to use two wooden “keys” with hidden magnets inside and pull.

Koala lamp by Paolo Grasselli is designed so that you can change the direction of light enhancing the lampshade with a magnet in almost any position.

“Kraft Paper” consists of cardboard and magnets, and, therefore, can take different forms. Authors of the project, designers Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen, do not hide the fact that the upper layer of the furniture will be trampled when used. But they insist that it will not affect the strength of sofas and poufs. It is difficult to tell about functionality of the furniture, but the models look unusual. This novelty calls to the caring for the environment, recycle and reuse of products.

Italian furniture company Presotto Italia carries an innovative character in a series of ModulArt furniture systems. The company offers magnetic decorative panels that are attached to the doors of the furniture. This allows you to change the design of the furniture of your choice with a single motion.

Furniture of new generation without screws and bolts is a collection of home furnishings, created by designer Benjamin Vermeulen as a thesis for the Design Academy in Eindhoven, Denmark. The laconic collection consisting of four furniture elements was called MAG (Magnetic Assisted Geometry). The furniture is made of steel sheets and solid wood parts, into which magnets are embedded. Due to use of magnets each item can be assembled in minutes without using any tools.

Tags: ,
Category: Furniture

No comments yet. You should be kind and add one!