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Chartana’s Cubox Table is Built from Salvaged Crates and Rolled Up Newspaper

Posted By Elliot Chang On December 17, 2012 @ 4:40 pm In green furniture,Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials | No Comments

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Designed by Chartana, the Cubox [2] table is a distinctive piece of upcycled furniture. The main structure of the Cubox is crafted from wood salvaged [3] from fruit crates, while the 4 sides are formed from rolled-up newspaper. The playful furniture piece can be used as a side table, container, seating or even as part of a larger modular system.

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[2] Cubox: http://www.chartana.com/products/cubox

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