Flatpack Furniture Can Be Assembled In Seconds [Pics]

Flatpack Furniture Can Be Assembled In Seconds [Pics]
Design

Naty Moskovich's "Movable Presence" range are held together with ratchet straps.

Emma Hutchings
  • 19 april 2012

“Movable Presence” is a study of furniture and personal necessities through an examination of collapsible items by Naty Moskovich, a product designer based in Tel Aviv, Israel. The range of compact and flexible objects, including chairs, tables, benches and shelving, aim to offer “new variations of connectivity” that raise questions about our footprint. The flatpack designs can be assembled quickly and easily, and are held together with orange ratchet straps. Click through to see pictures of Moskovich’s furniture designs:

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