Anupria Singh, a student designer from India, decided to design modular furniture that can be functioned as multiple furniture pieces; a seating, a table, and shelving. Known as The QuadraOpus, the furniture can tackle the problem of small space owners who want to set up essential furniture at home without eating up much space.
The background of this project began when Anupria conducted a case study of rooms and dormitories in Auroville, India. Based on that, she found that there was not plenty of storage space and the majority of the residents even did not have extra seating and shoe rack. From the case study, she opted for creating The QuadraOpus in hopes to solve the problems of small space owners.
With the research as her guidance, Anupria designed the modular furniture using lightweight metal and wood. With the combination, The QuadraOpus is easy to stack and arrange based on the users’ needs.
The modular furniture can be built as a shelf, storage, and a bench with or without armrest, and even a laptop stand or a breakfast table. Just decide what you need and The QuadraOpus will serve it for you.
The QuadraOpus can be anything you need, from a shelving unit to a table. It’s an ideal piece to have in dorms, small apartments, and compact homes. Whatever design style you adopt in the home, either minimalist, rustic, boho, or eclectic, the modular furniture will fit in just fine.
Consisted of four bent pipe members and three wooden panels, the furniture’s individual unit can be used as a single entity, such as footstools, mantelpieces, and tables. You can stack one upon other to build taller stools/benches, complex bookshelves, chairs, etc.