During my early childhood days after venturing into video games, I would sometimes try something a little bit different like the Rubik’s Cube. An intriguing cube puzzle with coloured squares. After a while of twisting and pulling I would inevitably give up and take the stickers off so they were in the right order. I was only ten at the time and it seemed pretty harmless and funny as I recall.
Fabio Teixeira is a young designer form Brazil who has designed this “KUB+ Coffee table for small living rooms and aims to bring functionality to living rooms with limited space, serving as a ludic and customizable furniture, allowing users to interact with the colored mobile pieces in addition to following the trend of assembling do-it-yourself and taking inspiration from the famous toy Rubik’s Cube.
If you’re anything like me when I construct anything, I’m usually left over with an extra bolt and have no clue where it comes from and a manual guide the size of a bible.
This project, however uses no glue and the pieces are put together through wood dowel pins, resulting in a furniture with 526×526x520mm dimensions. The materials used are sheets of plywood and the finish is made with lacquer ink.”. We think it’s absolutely gorgeous!