Transformer Sofa with Hidden Chairs Effortlessly Doubles Living Room Seating Space

A close look at the transformer furniture Photo© Claudio Sibille

After loving his table-hiding transformer cupboard and his bench-sneaking coffee table, we're now taking a look at Claudio Sibille's smart Dino design.

It's a two seater sofa whose structure is made with MDF plaques and steel-tubes in a way that it can work both as a simple two seater or as a sofa and two individual chairs. According to the Uruguayan designer, the disassembly and assembly is very easy. The seating surface is made with wooden planks covered with foam and faux leather.

Take a look below.

A general view of the sofa with the hidden chairs Photo© Claudio Sibille

The naked structure hiding the two chairs Photo© Claudio Sibille

The sofa structure unfolding Photo© Claudio Sibille

The sofa, disassembled with cushions out Photo© Claudio Sibille

The chairs out from the sofa structure Photo© Claudio Sibille

Cushions on the chairs and sofa back to function Photo© Claudio Sibille

Tags: Chairs | Designers | Latin America | Transformer Furniture


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