Oneness stackable furniture by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironori Tsukue

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Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironori Tsukue

Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironori Tsukue

Designers Kyuhyung Cho and Hironori Tsukue have created tables and chairs that clip together to form an assortment of shelving units.

Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironori Tsukue

Benches, stacks of shelves or huge storage systems can be created using combinations of upright and flipped-over items in the Oneness collection by Cho and Tsukue.

Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironori Tsukue

The simple pieces are attached by inserting black plastic fasteners into holes at each corner.

Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironori Tsukue

The lower half of the seats are the same as the tables, with legs that taper from the joints.

Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironori Tsukue

Finnish birch plywood pieces can be left untreated or stained a darker colour.

Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironori Tsukue

Chairs stacked upside down reveal a hidden slot in the back for storing books and other small objects. Photography is by Stephanie Wiegner.

Oneness by Kyuhyung Cho and Hironori Tsukue

Other stackable furniture on Dezeen include a piled-up child's chair and heaped shelves that can be skewed or straightSee all our stories about storage design »