The Maisonette by Italian designer Simone Simonelli consists of three little mobile units, each has dual function which makes it the perfect solution for small spaces. “Maisonette” in French means small house, intended to be a collection of furniture that meets the contemporary need of sharing functions in the micro living space. The small table can be turned upside down and used as a tray; the trolley is also a side table and the tallest piece of a bookshelf as well as a clothes rail.

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