German designer Till Koenneker, who lives inSwitzerland, moved to a small (by Swiss standards) studio apartment, where there was no furniture for work, rest and storage of things, which the designer had not enough. So from personal need there was an idea to create a piece of furniture of multifunctional design, which alone will cover several human needs in a residential space. The result was a bed with a working area, which can be called a cabinet, and cabinet, and a rack. The designer's goal was to focus on the practicality and functionality of the system, skipping any unnecessary elements. As a result, we have obtained furniture of classical design, which is suitable for any space and life situation. After all, our housing is usually not flexible, but we can rethink the space and interior for a comfortable stay. Useful furniture must adapt to the needs of a particular user. The first bed with the working area The Living Cube,made for an apartment designer, combines several necessary functions and residential areas. In fact, this is a variant of the concept of "house in the house." On the front side of the cube are a bookshelf, a TV niche, a clothes hanger, shelves for hats and shoes. On the "roof" is a bed, where you can get by using a metal ladder. The most interesting is hidden inside. A small, barely noticeable door leads into the cube, where you can arrange a dressing room, study, library, home cinema or another bed. It is important that this small space will be separate and closed. Thus, even in a one-room apartment you can retire in your corner. Such a bed with a working area seems voluminous andit seems as if using it to make a small room more spacious will be difficult. Nevertheless, thanks to the functional use of each square centimeter of the cube, we free the rest of the space from the need to install a cabinet, bed, rack and so on. The design of the cube is dynamic and easily customizable, the customer can get furniture with a set of shelves, lockers and functions that are suitable for his apartment.