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Furniture Assembles Like A Puzzle, With No Nails, Glue, Or Bolts [Pics]

Furniture Assembles Like A Puzzle, With No Nails, Glue, Or Bolts [Pics]
Design & Architecture

Konstantin Achkov's Stack Furniture is a range of flat-pack chairs and tables made up of interlocking plywood pieces.

Emma Hutchings
  • 26 june 2012

Bulgarian designer and National Academy of Fine Arts graduate Konstantin Achkov‘s ‘Stack Furniture’ slots together like pieces of a puzzle. The innovative furniture design doesn’t need nails, glue, or bolts, relying only on intricate interlocking shapes and pins of beech plywood. The chairs, stools, and tables come flat-packed and are designed to allow anyone to easily assemble, dismantle, repair and transport them. The furniture was presented at Sofia Design Week earlier this month and will be produced by new manufacturer Tenon. Click through to see pictures of the Stack Furniture:

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