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.