“Move me” from KISS makes it simple and fast to tidy up, keep track of your stuff and even easily move it with you as your home changes.
The multi-functional series “Move me” from KISS functions both as chairs and tables and offers built-in storage for all the things that often clutter daily life – laundry, toys, magazines, cheeky kids, you name it. Added to this are wheels underneath and a reversible lid that can be used as a tray and change the appearance of your furniture.
“We lacked simple, high-quality furniture on the market that could change function in step with our own needs, both throughout the day and over time. Furniture that grew with families, so the issue of throwing out and buying new furniture all the time was avoided. That’s how the idea for the ‘Move me’ series was born”, says Mirja Larsen. She continues:
“We noticed how people often make compromises when choosing furniture for their home and have to opt for either design or functionality. We wanted to give equal attention to appearance and function.”
The Managing Partners of KISS keep.it.simple.stupid., Mirja Larsen and Lars Nymand, are both architects with a passion for design. They love to create furniture that can function in any kind of home. Furniture that can be adapted to different spatial contexts and satisfy different functions in daily living. Functions that can change over time as new needs arise.
All without compromising the simple design or the functional and aesthetically high value they strive for in a design.
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