The configurations available to a designer using a four-piece grid are considerably varied, as the creators of the popular classic Tetris discovered long ago. It was only a matter of time before someone like Diego Silverio applied the same spatial tactics in real-life tetris furniture design.
The storage spaces provided in the individual pieces accommodate various sizes and shapes of items and create surfaces for setting objects on in the process. Their individual but coordinated colors reinforce their status as pieces as well as parts of a larger whole.
One of the greatest things about this is that you do not have to be a geek or have even heard of Tetris to appreciate the potential and ingenuity of this design strategy – though they are still conceptual it is easy to envision these available as cheap real-life dorm-room furniture options available at a local store.