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Think Fabricate’s Kinetic Collection provides a great solution for clutter-free, flexible settings

Brooklyn-based design studio Think Fabricate‘s Kinetic Collection of transformable furniture provides a great solution for clutter-free, flexible settings.

Think Fabricate's Kinetic Collection provides a great solution for clutter-free, flexible settings

The collection consists of four pieces that are highly practical for space saving: Work n Play, a media unit; Hide n Seek, a wall cabinet; Slide, a credenza; and Lift, a coffee table.

Think Fabricate's Kinetic Collection provides a great solution for clutter-free, flexible settings
Lift, a coffee table

What makes this collection truly unique is its mobility and transformability; each piece of furniture is outfitted with liftable surfaces, slidable panels, and hidden compartments. Made from a luxurious material palette of metallic-finished oak, grey-stained oak, walnut and lacquer, the pieces are aesthetically crisp and elegant, in addition to the amazing multi-functionality they offer.

Think Fabricate's Kinetic Collection provides a great solution for clutter-free, flexible settings
Hide n Seek, a wall cabinet

Kinetic can be used in a variety of applications from the home, to the office, to hotels. For example, Work n Play and its companion piece, Lift, are an amazing solution for residential spaces that need to double in function as work spaces, responding to the increasing commonality of working from home. The media cabinet features a pull down desk – creating a stand up work station, a prominent new trend in office furnishings – and the coffee table has a liftable surface making it a perfect spot for a laptop while sitting on the couch.

Think Fabricate's Kinetic Collection provides a great solution for clutter-free, flexible settings
Work n Play, a media unit

Also it looks ideal for hotels, where a small amount of space needs to go a long way, the strategically placed storage compartments in each of these furnishings can host a variety of objects. Hide n Seek is customizable and can be outfitted depending on the specific space, such as with an ironing center or minibar. The Slide credenza works great with this piece, as it can hold a mini-fridge and also has drawers for clothing, etc.

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