"Maisonette", the portable home by Simone Simoncelli
There are those in big metropolises who answer to ads renting 160 square feet single room apartments. And there are those who live in them. So, if the crisis does not bring spacious houses, the smallest ones try to adjust as best can be. Also thanks to designers.
Simone Simoncelli (1980) is among these. His "Maisonnette", "little home" in French, is a collection of 3 pieces with a double function, ideal for those living in small spaces. A table/tray, a trolley/container and a bookshelf/clothes hanger. All made in iron rods and solid alder wood treated with natural varnishes. Multifunctional furniture to save space and gain efficiency.
Photos via simonesimonelli.it
in the Parisian home of Bambi Sloan