The delicate feature of soft, textile fabric combines with the sturdy solidity of wood to create an amazing flexible storage space called the “Poki.” Inspired by old Danish sewing tables, design collective Hallo Essen (Jennifer Heimann, Holm Giessler and Kai Eckoldt) created this drawer to jut out playfully in any bedroom, living room or hallway as a table or on the wall. “Poki” was presented at the IMM Cologne 2012 international furnishing show.

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