There is a lot to love about flatpack designs; they can be transported easily and cut out on a CNC router with little waste. People in a hurry love ratchet strap designs, where furniture can be assembled in seconds and held together with the cheap, strong straps. Israeli designer Naty Moskovich explores " new variations of connectivity" and designs an entire suite of furniture that can be disassembled and moved.
Although a few cushions might make them look a little more comfortable. The designer asks: "Can we define our foot print not in the present of being rather than at the present of moving?" More at Naty Moskovich