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Skypak Transforms Airline Trolleys Into Home And Office Design Furniture [Pics]

Skypak Transforms Airline Trolleys Into Home And Office Design Furniture [Pics]
Design & Architecture

A range of creative products has been developed that combines design, functionality and sustainability.

Emma Hutchings
  • 18 august 2011

Skypak, founded by Peter Jorge Fischer, has  a team of designers and artists who upgrade regular airline trolleys by hand and turn them into luxury, design and office furniture for apartments and the workplace. They offer a wide range of designs and the trolleys can be used for anything from wine glasses and bottles to CDs and books.

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