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Joscha Weiand’s Loose Joints Is a Fun DIY Kit for Making Furniture
Posted By Ana Lisa Alperovich On January 23, 2013 @ 4:30 pm In DIY,green furniture,Transforming Furniture | 2 Comments
If you are tired of having the same IKEA  furniture as all your friends, this great building kit might be your way out of that carbon copy world. Low-cost, portable and easy to use, Loose Joints by Dutch designer Joscha Weiand  will help you build your own unique furniture, suited to your needs to boot!
The more we interact  with an object, the more we know it and love it. And objects that can alter shape easily will strengthen that connection, as they can ever-adapt to changing space and personal needs.
Weiand’s simple Loose Joints system consists of a series of wooden poles that screw together to take on never-ending, curious shapes .
+ Joscha Weiand 
Photo © Joscha Weiand
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URLs in this post:
 IKEA: http://inhabitat.com/photos-ikea-unveils-10-eco-design-commandments-at-copenhagen-design-week/
 Joscha Weiand: http://www.joscha.eu/joscha.eu/home/home.html
 http://www.vimeo.com/51206841: http://www.vimeo.com/51206841
 interact: http://inhabitat.com/make-your-own-cardboard-world-with-the-amazing-cools-kit/
 shapes: http://inhabitat.com/kanga-room-systems-offers-tiny-portable-eco-friendly-kit-buildings/
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