Kate Andrews

Portable Cardboard Table from Liborius Reykjavík

by , 06/10/08

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This lightweight, portable cardboard table aims to assist on-the-go creative types like designers and students, who are often limited to work on low desks or floors. Made by Sruli Recht from flatpack cardboard pieces, this lightweight, sturdy design offers creatives an ergonomic plane on which to cut, fold, draft or design. Adding even more appeal to this smart and useful design, the table is biodegradable and can easily be folded up to pack into a portable carrier.

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This affordable cardboard table (1500 x 1200 x 930 mm) comes with three collapsible drawers, a jute strap moving/storing box, laminated white surface and all parts are replaceable. Set to launch this week (Thursday, June 12) at Iceland’s Liborius boutique, it will be available for purchase both online and in store.

+ Liborius.is
+ Srulirecht.com

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  1. CNA Training Online November 13, 2011 at 7:06 pm

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  2. someday June 4, 2011 at 2:58 am

    good job, please do it asap.

  3. RainForRent June 29, 2008 at 9:13 pm

    How is a 400 dollar table \”student friendly\”?!?!

  4. NextBigTrends June 20, 2008 at 2:29 am

    As I came upon this creative and witty piece of work, I just told myself I want one of these. It is not something fancy and hi-tech; in fact it is very simple. But despite its simplicity, it is very handy and functional. And take note, environmental friendly too!

  5. jaucoin.com » Blo... June 11, 2008 at 5:48 pm

    [...] Here’s the designers website, Sruli Recht. via Inhabitant. [...]

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