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Flat-Pack Cardboard Bookshelf Looks Like a Fallen Log
Posted By Toby Horrocks On December 7, 2010 @ 6:30 pm In green furniture,Green Products,Recycled Materials | No Comments
Australian architect Toby Horrocks  designed this set of flat-pack cardboard furniture to explore ways that urban and rural spaces can meet in a piece of furniture. The log book shelf  takes the theme literally: the form is a fallen tree trunk fused with a cityscape. Composed of over 300 digitally cut pieces assembled without glue, the structurally-sound seat and bookshelf is also made from recycled sources and is 100% recyclable.
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