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Transforming “Superstairs” May Be the Only Furniture You’d Ever Need Again

by , 06/13/14


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Photograph by Norman McGrath

The 4D Superstairs system is made up of three tri-level plywood boxes. Holloway fitted the yellow boxes with castors so that they could be moved around easily or locked into position. The pieces could be separated to form distinct areas for lounging or to create space for guests to mingle, and then just as quickly placed parallel to make a bed. Oh, and the boxes were also left hollow so that they could provide extra storage.

If you enjoyed reading about the Superstairs system, there’s plenty more where that came from in the latest issue of New York Design Hunting including a 268-square-foot rental decked out in opulent Park Avenue accoutrements, a renovated Upper East Side home complete with a swimming pool and Japanese viewing garden and an exclusive guide to the city’s best architects, interior designers, plumbers, painters, home organizers, hardware stores, flea markets, and antique shops. Get it at your local newsstand or order it here.

+ Dennis R. Holloway

+ New York Design Hunting Summer 2014

Photographs by Norman McGrath, except where noted.

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  1. Gan Brackett June 17, 2014 at 9:18 pm

    Love the concept very creative