A Dutch studio creates a kit of assembly materials to make deconstructable, flexible furniture.
For those with a limited amount of space and lots of creativity, the Dutch design studio, StudioGorm, has created a life-size kit of building parts that can be made into different pieces of furniture. The self-assembly kit called peg was inspired by many different kinds of international furniture styles, from Korean wall hung tables to the Shaker peg rail.
The simple components can be assembled in a variety of ways, much like the beloved children’s toy, giving the home owner plenty of opportunity to “re-invent” their space often and to their specifications.
The materials exist only of Douglas Fir wooden pieces, laminated chipboard, upholstery and metal rods. All of the pieces fit on a peg board, mounted on the wall, so the room can be made completely bare.
For more pictures of various designs that the studio built, check out the gallery below and visit their website.
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