These Space-Saving Transformer Furniture Pieces Are Perfect For Condo Dwellers
One day, a group of product designers were trying to solve their problem of fitting more things in a small apartment in Hong Kong—without the use of screws, nails and drills. From there, a whole new concept of flat pack furniture was born.
A furniture concept that originates in Hong Kong, Simply Modular is a ready-to-assemble furniture line consisting of a selection of mix-and-matchable panels in a wide array of colors, such as pink, blue, green, orange, brown, beige, black, white, and white with black border; they have new color additons, light woodgrain and medium-gray. More colors to choose from will be launched.
The furniture line works like lego and looks like lego, bringing limitless possibilities to whatever furniture the customer wishes to create. Cost-efficient, low-maintenance, super durable, these furniture pieces transform in a jiffy without the need to cut, nail and saw. Simply Modular allows you to build your own Instagram-worthy shelf, bed or any furniture of your dreams using only your bare hands in 20 minutes tops!
Last February, Simply Modular launched a branch at Ayala Malls the 30th in Meralco Avenue, Pasig. The showroom may be quaint but it is bursting with colors and has various vignettes of a living room, dining room, bedroom, home office, and even a mini bar that showcase Simply Modular panels.
The panels are made of acrylonitrile, butadiene, and styrene (or ABS plastic). This material combines the strength and rigidity of the acrylonitrile and styrene polymers with the toughness of the polybutadiene rubber, making it 100% waterproof. ABS plastic is tough and resistant of bending, general wear and tear, and can carry up to 200 kilos of weight.
Simply Modular provides a fun, simpler way for individuals, condo dwellers, and young families to build and design spaces without sacrificing time, budget, style, and durability. It has expanded to Korea, Japan, China, and now the Philippines.
Simply Modular is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. For more information, visit www.simplymodular.ph.
Photographs by Daniel Soriano