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Chairigami: Funky Cardboard Furniture Folded Into Unexpected Shapes
Posted By Jon Dioffa On January 23, 2013 @ 5:00 pm In green furniture,green Interiors,Reader Submitted Content | 1 Comment
Whoever thought cardboard could be so funky? Charigami  (yes, a portmanteau of chair and origami) has concocted a line of furniture pieces that are exclusively crafted from cardboard materials . The results are as expected: unique and, more importantly, low carbon in nature. And, as far as range goes, the collection includes a plethora of items including coffee tables, chairs, shelves, desks, lounge chairs and even iPhone stands and covers.
Via Home Crux 
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