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    I'm an A-Level student studying Mathematics, Physics and Product Design. For product design I plan to build a piece of furniture (i.e: a deal, table, coffee table or drawers) for university students. Here's my questions for you:

    1.What piece of furniture would you be more interested in purchasing: desk, cupboard, table, coffee table or chest of drawers?

    2. Would you prefer flat pack furniture or transformable furniture, for example a coffee table that can turn into a chest of drawers (multifunctional basically)?

    3. Would a compact design with a storage feature implemented be a big selling point to you as a university student, if not, what would you be a big selling point to you?

    4. A personal question, what is your age and what budget would you be looking to spend on said pieces of furniture?

    5. Finally, as a university student yourself, what furniture would you want, are there any unique features you'd like (i.e: infinity table, USB charging port, storage etc)? An opportunity to freestyle a piece of ideal furniture you'd like and let me know

    Any answers would be appreciated, thank you.

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