Nook single bed is a structure with 1000 uses besides what is initially intended for: sleep.
Product designer Carlos Tiscar created the Nook single beds collection for Spanish manufacturer JJP and dedicated his design to the late Bruno Munari’s 1971 ‘Abitacolo’ bed. Starting with the traditional 4-poster bed, the designer creates a structure that serves much more than hanging curtains.
Carlos Tiscar is a Spanish designer whose expertise is home, office and contract furniture, as well as urban furniture and home ware better know internationally as the former vice-president of the Designers of the Valencian Community Association.
Integrating all the elements of a room in a single design, Nook single bed is a composition intended for sleeping, reading, writing, watching TV or even use as a storage solution for you bicycle.
Tiscar reveals a contemporary interpretation of the well known canopy bed, offering a space of seclusion and tranquility to its young customers.
Nook offers small and useful optional accessories to cover a wide range of youth’s needs. The famous all-in-one system features among others built-in LED lighting, cloth-hanging accessories, an integrated desktop and even a specific module for video games. And the options don’t stop here, Nook comes in a wide variety of fabrics and twenty colors for the melamine surfaces to choose from or even mix and match, helping customers create a unique piece adapted to their needs. The other attractive feature of this collection, is the single hex key needed to assemble the entire bed as well as its accessories, making it differentiate from traditional furniture and more attractive for inexperienced buyers.
Nook is a comfortable bed that gained international attention in less then a year from its launch. A piece that will become timeless thanks to its ability to transform, be robust, multi functional, unisex and even accommodate another guest if needed.
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