Ambiguous pieces: ‘Stand up’ collection by Thomas Schnur

Introducing German designer Thomas Schnur’s “Stand up” furniture collection, boasting ambiguous pieces. The side table is at home standing in the shower just as it also fits next to the sofa. The curtain can be used to partition off an area within any open space. Meanwhile, the platforms and compartments of the multitiered shelving make personal items accessible in any space.

Schnur lives and works in Cologne. He studied product design at the University of Applied Sciences in Aachen. 

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