People’s relationship to furniture has changed. Disposable furniture is the new normal, and good has been replaced by good enough. Prices have also shrunk the average home and as a result, homeowners are being asked to do much more with much less. Every time their home or situation changes, it means more disposable furniture bought, more disposable furniture thrown away. This wasteful cycle plays itself out way too often and in these days of limited resources, both financial and environmental, this is quickly proving unsustainable.
These modern day pressures and the needs that arise from them require a novel reevaluation of the traditional ideas of furniture and architectural built-ins. What’s needed is an approach that revolves around the key strategies of functionality, adaptability, and longevity. It was in this revolutionary spirit that the Anthill Product Line was created.