Yatno may not look like much but it certainly is innovative. Designer Joey Dogge, was inspired by Jakarta and wanted to address the issue of overpopulation in major cities in our planet by creating furniture that is flexible, light and easy to assemble, making it perfect for small spaces.
Yatno is environmentally friendly, sustainable, durable and perfect for anyone living a simple life. That’s because although it maximises space, it still means you can’t have a lot of belongings. Watch the video below, for a better idea of what it looks like.
With rent prices soaring in big cities such as London, being able to live comfortably in an area as big as a closet is no easy feat and you need furniture that’s been created just for that – a regular bed or desk just won’t cut it. With house prices increasing, more and more people are forced to live in smaller apartments or rooms and solutions like these will come in high demand. There is no information on pricing on the website (seems to be available only on request), so we can only hope that this concept is not only all that is advertised to be, but also affordable. If that’s the case, IKEA beware!
YATNO – Furniture for 5-square meter living from Joey Dogge on Vimeo