Kuli is a simple piece of furniture designed to be a seating object, a coffee table, or a storage and display unit, it requires the user to 'build' it themselves according to what kind of furniture is needed.

Comprised of a steel wire basket with a board on top, the wire box can be filled with beanbag-style cushions in several different sizes to layer like sandbags if you need a seat. By fixing them with rubber ropes hooked into the grid, they stay put. Joining two easy chairs gets you a bed or a cosy sofa, and when the pillows are put away, the arm chair turns into a table.

Without the cushions, Kuli would be pretty handy in a children's room to function as an arts and crafts table and a toy box; and for grown-ups, it's also at home in the living room for putting coffees on and storing books underneath.


Kuli is produced by small high quality workshops in south Germany. It is made out of steel wire, rubber ropes and high quality fabrics from Kvadrat ©.