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Simple Tatami Grid Furniture Uses No Hardware

Simple Tatami Grid Furniture Uses No Hardware
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Artist-designer Colin Schaelli's con.temporary furniture system is designed with ease of use in mind.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 30 december 2010

Artist-designer Colin Schaelli has created a unique collection of furniture that does not require the use of hardware. Simple and very easy to assemble, con.temporary furniture is composed of clear cut panels of plywood and uses measurements based on the Tatami grid system. This allows the furniture to be packed and easily transported.

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[via Designboom]

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