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The Original Rubik's Cube is a 3-D combination puzzle invented in 1974 by Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture Ernő Rubik.

That was the source of inspiration to solve the client's puzzle, who demanded a lot of uses in a limited space.

The presented cube is a multi-functional, mobile workstation of 2.5-meter width, length, and height that features a compact, space saving and power saving unit.

 

This mobile cube is conceived for small spaces to gives wide versatility to a multi-use room.

It also permits a drastic reduction of material than a conventional four room’s furniture.

The Rubik Cube consists of four compacted rooms, Guest Bedroom, Office, Dining room and a living room.

 

First: The Guest Bedroom

It a compacted small space with sliding doors, containing a bed, closet, and many shelves. It is designed for short visits guest, The room can carry 2 adults.

 

Second: The Office

After the Increase demand in working spaces in home in recent days, The client wanted a room for with work (he is a computer programmer),

This Façade has also 4 drawers, one big shelve and a storage unit for the stool, for the office requirements.

That could hide when he is not in the mood of work.

 

Third: The Dining Room

The Dining room is a totally folded furniture room, that could be stored in the mobile workstation (The Rubik).

It consists of the attachable folded tables and six folded wooden chairs from Ikea store. The station is also equipped with 2 big drawers for plates and all necessary tableware.

 

Fourth: The Living Space

The living room is stored on the same façade of storing the dining room area, It consists of 4 wide chairs for living area and a small tea table.

 

Rubik's Cube is a smart way to link the interior architecture design approaches associated with innovation furniture. Certainly this is the mind of the architect's intelligence, which compresses the various uses of the four spaces all together in one unit, the provision of space, limits the use of materials, reduces costs, as well as the multiplicity of functions that would add a new dimension to the design of the spaces and adds a new definition to achieve sustainability in the field of Green Architecture Interior.

As well as, what is interesting to the client's needs and space requirements? This is done with simple techniques that can be replicated in many other sites, and that would be valuable to a shift in thinking of the local and global solution to such a problem.

In fact, this project is important model for sustainability and creativity in interior architectural designs.