A line of fabric furniture created by German designer Meike Harde
to furnish and order the environments in an original way, without being subject to the limitations and constraints of the classical structural rigidities. Three pieces of furniture that replace the common static and heavy materials with a metal structure covered with textile materials, creating expandable solutions, lighter, easy to carry, to produce and with a customizable design. Three types of furniture that differ in color, shape and functionality. A series consisting of three elements: a beige cabinet with fully removable cotton lining, ideal as a wardrobe for hanging clothes, shirts and jackets, a purple chest of drawers with folding sliding doors and a mirror adjustable in height, intended to host bend clothing like sweaters, t-shirts, pullovers and pants, and finally the tower in mint green, a geometric composition of several diamond-shaped pockets made of elastic semi-transparent fabric that can be used to sort underwear, socks, scarves, hats, necklaces and all the small items and accessories. In addition to storage furniture, the London line is complete with a colorful and comfortable stool.