The etymological origin of the word furniture is to be found in the French language and refers to „a movable piece“ or „movable goods“, the latter being itself a loan word from the Latin word „mobiles“ (movable), i.e. „movere“ (to move). The small birch plywood cupboard embodies the concept of a piece of furniture that can be moved. The body part is attached to the wall through a system of elastic bands. The mobility of the piece of furniture offers the user a unique flexibility and enables him to fit it into the existing spaces, habits and situations.