Stackable Oturakast Stools Go From Seating to Storage in a Snap

Stackable Oturakast Stools Go From Seating to Storage in a Snap

Linda Ly
Jan 3, 2012

A fresh take on the stackable stool, the Oturakast works as an occasional seat, a dresser drawer, or a full-sized modular cabinet that stacks as high as you can reach. It's a brilliant small-space solution when you want to have company over, but don't want to waste a corner storing all those extra seats.

Dutch designer Rianne Koens developed the Oturakast as individual drawers, each with its own set of foldable wooden legs. The legs fold out to form a standalone unit that functions as a seat, foot stool, or nightstand, and fold right back under to stack on other units and create a dresser.

The drawers are made of tulip wood with nubuck suede covering, and come in a range of sizes for everything from socks to tchotchkes. Stack a few sizes together for a fun and quirky cabinet!

Watch the building process of the Oturakast on Rianne's website.

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(Images: Rianne Koens)

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