Based in Warsaw, Poland, Anna and Marek Lorens are the duo behind LORENS Architectural and Design Studio. These creatives not only work in the field of contemporary architecture, they also make some super fun, multifunctional pieces of furniture.

Cloud is not just any typical desk. It actually functions as a desk or a table and looks great in any room of the house. The arrangement and number of the hexagon-shaped segments can be changed up depending on what you need in a desk or table. You can add more segments and have more than one person working. What I like best is that you can hide anything you want inside them – papers, office supplies, or your laptop when you’re done for the day. Desk by day, table by night.

Adam & Eve is another piece in their contemporary bureau collection. The piece comes in two versions, Adam or Eve, with only subtle differences between them. Adam is the masculine version that is more of a writing desk and a place to hide your laptop and other writing accessories. The Eve is the feminine version that is a dressing table with a mirror and places to keep your accessories. The gender of the piece is not about the gender of the user, but merely the function of the piece.

Eve – interior

Adam – interior

Another great piece from them that we just had to include. It’s made entirely of recycled wood balusters.

They are presenting their work at Ventura Lambrate 2012 in Milan from April 17th – 22nd.

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.