MCT² by Mathias Leberbauer

A mod­u­lar table, stor­age, game, stool sys­tem

Who Peo­ple with lim­it­ed space in met­ro­pol­i­tan areas with high cost of liv­ing.

Why In times of space scarci­ty and a con­stant­ly grow­ing world pop­u­la­tion, it is becom­ing increas­ing­ly impor­tant to devel­op objects with intel­li­gent solu­tions. If these then also have a play­ful com­po­nent in them, through which peo­ple spend time togeth­er and net­work in an ana­log way, all the bet­ter.

How Mod­ern life requires intel­li­gent solu­tions for liv­ing in small spaces. MCT2 com­bines dif­fer­ent uses with­out sac­ri­fic­ing func­tion­al­i­ty or style. A built-in mag­net­ic sys­tem in the side recess­es of the chess mod­ule enables neat stor­age of the pieces when used as a side table. The chess and box mod­ules are con­nect­ed by a plug-in sys­tem and can be effort­less­ly lift­ed apart. Sep­a­rate­ly, the mod­ules can be used as stools and a small chess table. The stor­age space in the box­es is acces­si­ble through the mitered doors, which can be opened with a mag­net.

Where In urban areas where peo­ple live in a small space

2048 1365 Angewandte Milano
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