The body moves. We walk, we stand, we sit. We shift positions all the time. We change posture, and when we do so, our surroundings also seem to change. In a forest, an old tree stump may become a stool. A stone can be turned into a table. This is how we use the things around us and how those things talk back to us.
Morph can change shape – and can be folded to become flat. In this position, Morph is at rest and may be stored anywhere. Alternatively, it might stand against a wall as a decorative object, waiting for its next assignment, where it, without much effort, becomes a piece of furniture again.
With one movement, Morph can be transformed from a wall-mounted, collapsible object to a stool in the entrance hall, an extra seat at the dining table, a bedside table or a side table. Morph stems from metaphorphosis, the Greek word for transformation. Here, Design By Dane has focused on the transformation that takes place when the product goes from its folded-up state to its many possible positions as a functional object in the home.
Morph is a wall decoration, a piece of furniture for additional seating, a side table, and a permanent part of life - a Nordic and well-executed addition to small-living universe.