Nomadi is a refinement of the "family on the wall" concept from 1996, a range of furniture objects designed for everyone in general and for the emerging urban nomads in particular.
A simple knock-down construction yields furniture that takes up a minimum of space and uses a minimum of materials. When you need them, just move the arms and legs around. In a matter of seconds they quickly assemble into functional pieces of furniture.
When you're entertaining guests and need more seats and tables, this furniture can be assembled in the blink of an eye. Just move the arms and legs around and these sculptures become furniture. Nomadi is an attempt to develop products from renewable materials, which, owing to their flexibility and shape hopefully will achieve longevity.