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Daniel Svahn’s Minimalist Picnic Table is Made From a Pile of Salvaged Timber and Two Straps

Posted By Elliot Chang On May 2, 2013 @ 5:00 pm In green furniture,Green Home decor,Green Products | No Comments

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Swedish designer Daniel Svahn [1] has created a clever conceptual table called Picnic [2] that is made of wood salvaged from storm-felled trees. The minimalist design takes the form of a cube of stacked planks held in place by two ratcheting industrial straps. The extruded planks form an impromptu picnic table that seats two.

+ Daniel Svahn [1]

Via Homecrux [3]

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[1] Daniel Svahn: http://www.danielsvahn.com/

[2] Picnic: http://www.danielsvahn.com/images/gallery/picnic_produktbildspel_1.jpg

[3] Homecrux: http://www.homecrux.com/2013/05/02/6107/the-conceptual-wooden-bench-picnic-gives-new-life-to-unwanted-wood.html

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