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This modular furniture offers customizable system for nomads

Just pick up and go

Now here’s a modular furniture system that actually looks adaptable to a variety of needs and circumstances—whether practical or playful. Created by Argentinian architect and designer Natalia Geci and inspired by her own nomadic lifestyle, the Nomadic LINKO System is a customizable, vertical, free-standing valet-like structure that can easily be packed up, transported, and reconfigured.

Made up of a series of metal frames connected by wooden hinges and accessorized with a variety of attachment options like hooks, pockets, mirrors, table tops, shelves, and more, the LINKO can be used as a dressing room, vanity, closet, standing desk office, mini eatery, children’s play area—the possibilities are nearly endless. The best part is that it folds flat, is lightweight, and comes in an array of metal finishes including copper, silver, white, red, orange, and bronze, with wooden hinges available in cherry, oak, and other color varnishes, and accessories in leather, fabric, or felt.

The LINKO system made its debut at Salone del Mobile Milano and is now headed for the London Design Fair in September. Take a look below. What’s your favorite setup?