Inspired by the idea of maximizing small spaces, New York-based architect and product designer, Alexander Gendell came up with a series of hangable furniture called Folditure.
Folditure is not just your ordinary folding furniture. Unlike most folding chair designs that are based on the single axis principle, the Folditure uses a unique folding mechanism called the pyramid hinge, while utilizing modern materials and new geometries.
Folditure comes in three variations: the Tilt (chair), the Cricket (table), and the Leaf (dining chair). All three versions can be setup and closed in a matter of seconds. When not in use, it packs into flat pieces that can be kept and hung in a closet.
Tilt is a seating chair ergonomically designed with a higher backrest.
Cricket is a lightweight yet sturdy table that is modular by design. Multiple tables can be clipped together to form a longer table. It opens simply by lowering it onto the floor while pushing down on the hook.
Leaf is a dining chair with a tall backrest. By unfolding the backrest, the entire chair will pop open.