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Marcin Pogorzelski’s Flat-Pack belTable Brings Multiple Functions to a Single Form

Posted By Y. Van On March 4, 2013 @ 5:01 pm In green furniture,Reader Submitted Content | No Comments

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The belTable is project based on the idea of simplicity. Created by Marcin Pogorzelski [1], the designer wanted to minimize every part of the table and distill assembly so that no glue, screws or tools of any kind would be needed to construct the table at home. Only four elements are used to create the belTable: a tabletop, legs, pegs and a belt. The table was designed for people who appreciate minimalism and enjoy multi-functional forms — for example, the belt offers you a place that you can store your newspapers and magazines [2]!

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[1] Marcin Pogorzelski: https://www.facebook.com/MarcinPog

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