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photograph: Bob Gruen

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photograph: Bob Gruen

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The Living Cube: Ingenious Storage Space Exemplified 

When Switzerland-based Designer Till Könneker moved into his new apartment studio there was a distinct lack of storage room for his belongings. Putting his vast creativity and many years of professional experience to use Könneker began constructing a multi-purpose ‘living cube’ as a solution to his storage problem.

Measured at 4m x 1.4m x 2.05m (L/W/H) this sizeable, minimalist, wooden unit provides external storage room for Könneker’s TV, vinyl collection, clothes and shoes, as well as a bed on top and an intimate workspace inside.

Following an abundance of praise, for his furniture-related exploits, Könneker has created a website on which fans can enquire about customising their own unique ‘living cube’ to be made-to-measure by the two designers responsible for the original.

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How quickly time will cover everything- and how much is covered already. Marcus Aurelius 

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The ‘?’ Motorist
 is a 1906 British short silent comedy film, directed by Walter R. Booth

 

The ‘?’ Motorist

is a 1906 British short silent comedy film, directed by Walter R. Booth

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You can practice by taking any routine activity that normally is only a means to an end and giving it your fullest attention, so that it becomes an end in itself. Eckhart Tolle 
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Space posters by Christopher David Ryan

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To make the right choices in life, you have to get in touch with your soul. To do this, you need to experience solitude, which most people are afraid of, because in the silence you hear the truth and know the solutions. Deepak Chopra 

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