Tilt furniture by Tina Schmid
These graphic shapes on the wall can be pulled outwards to form a clothes rail and occasional table.
Created by German designer Tina Schmid, the Tilt furniture comprises rods with joints that allow them to rotate outwards and lock into position.
"With a simple movement, the graphic becomes a three-dimensional object," says Schmid. "The picture of a cube can be folded out as a table, the cuboid as a valet stand."
Schmid showed the pieces as part of the [D3] Contest for young designers at imm cologne last month, where she won the second prize of €2000.
First prize went to Swiss industrial designer Lucien Gumy for his interlocking wooden shelves, while the CMYK lamp by Dennis Parren came in third.
imm cologne took place from 14 to 20 January and other product launches included a chair based on spaghetti, a DIY curtain kit by the Bouroullec brothers and ceramic lamps by Benjamin Hubert.
For more collapsible furniture on Dezeen, check out Living-Tools for reconfiguring a room by Yi-Cong Lu or the L22 chairs that mount on a wall in an undulating wave by Pilot///Wave.
Other clothes rails on Dezeen include one inspired by a bicycle and another based on a ladder.