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Incredible Transforming Furniture System Can Be Used in 36 Different Ways

by , 06/13/14

dennis holloway, dennis holloway architect, dennis r holloway, design magazine, eco design, efficient design, efficient furniture, green design, green furniture, modern furniture, modular design, modular furniture, new york magazine, retro furniture, space saving furniture, superstairs, sustainable design, transforming furniture, Wendy GoodmanPhotograph by Norman McGrath

Why buy a couch, chairs, a bed, tables and storage units when you could just build yourself a set of Superstairs like the ones architect Dennis Holloway came up with back in 1968? Holloway designed and made the transforming, multi-purpose furniture system for his Brooklyn apartment for just around $200. Check out more of the whopping 36 different ways this ingenious piece of furniture can be used here.

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  1. franasia June 14, 2014 at 9:16 am

    This is all very interesting but I do not see on any of the links provided that the building plans for Mr. Holloway’s Superstairs are available anywhere. I would be very interested in duplicating it with the aid of said plans if at all available. Thank you.

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