Transforming Tables and Chairs: More Than Meets the AssS

Extra tables and chairs are great for when you have company over, but what do you do with that stuff during the other 364 days of the year? Not everyone has limitless storage space. The Oneness modular furniture system, designed by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironori Tsukue, tackles this issue with a multitalented furniture set that can be whatever you want it to be, whenever you need it.

Alone, the pieces just look like stylish Finnish birch plywood furniture, but, using discreet holes on the corners and little black fasteners, the tapered-leg tables and chairs clip together to make stackable shelving units, long benches, and larger tables. Another hidden bonus: The backs of the chairs double as magazine racks. If only your old card table did this much. [Dezeen]

Transforming Tables and Chairs: More Than Meets the Ass