Swiss interior designer Till Könneker found a brilliant way to produce a storage facility known as “The Living Cube”. This magic cube design retailers designer’s vast collection of vinyl records, clothes and footwear, stores his bed above it all, and even has a space behind the frontage for miscellaneous items.
“Front Shelves. The shelves are made of dark stained wood. They are divided into about 16 sections. 12 sections can be utilized to neatly arrange books, CDs, DVDs, files or vinyl records as the original designer has carried out. These 12 sections surround a portion where a flat screen Television with a maximum diagonal measurement of about 48” can be placed conveniently. The other 4 sections are employed for arranging wears. The uppermost garments section can be utilized to shop folded clothes. This section has a clothing rack quickly beneath it that can be used to hang at least 10 to 15 jackets. And then there are two shelves beneath for keeping footwear.”
“Ladder. At the correct hand side, there is a beautifully crafted ladder that can be utilised to climb up to the loft bed. It blends beautifully with the whole living cube.”
“Loft Bed. The loft bed occupies the topmost portion of the cube. But it is so well developed that it does not resemble the standard dormitory bed. It accommodates a thin 3” mattress which can be used for relaxation or sleep.”