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The LivingBlock collection is more or less a series of furniture made up of boxes and four sticks. While that’s the general idea that Madrid-based designer Antonio Serrano Bulnes had when he created the line for Mad Lab, the idea comes from his childhood where he played with wooden boxes and pieces of broomsticks.

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The cubed storage units are assembled in unusual shapes and not your typical tall rectangular bookshelves. The legs pierce through the cubes making way for a very cool and intentional design element. Each piece is produced without hardware, only glued finger joints and then finished with natural waxes.

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The company is all about sustainability and recycling and that’s how they approach everything they produce. The materials are locally sourced also.

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LivingBlock-MadLab-5-Tallboy

LivingBlock-MadLab-6-Dressing-Table-and-Stool

The other pieces are made much the same way with the legs fit through the table and seat tops.

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LivingBlock-MadLab-8-Desk-and-Stool

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.