Gallery: Furniture for BAKOKO’s Sustainable Timber Cafe is Cut From the...

Constantly on a mission to green up architecture, the Japanese design firm BAKOKO devised this extraordinary pop-up concept wherein chairs and tables are cut right out of the Timber Cafe's walls! The idea is to use sustainable timber panels for a self-standing structure that can be shipped and then erected on the other side in just one day. But here's the topper: the chairs and tables for the pop up cafe are punched right out of the walls, which makes for some curious windows.

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1 Comment

  1. he7874 April 30, 2014 at 4:44 am

    fun and sustainable ! I love it!

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