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Beam Is a Simple No-Waste Sideboard Made from a Single Sheet of Plywood
Posted By Casey Mack On June 24, 2013 @ 5:00 pm In Design,Green Furniture,Reader Submitted Content | No Comments
The result of a number of experiments aimed at maximizing the material , structure and aesthetics of a 4’x8′ sheet of Baltic birch plywood, Beam is a simple DIY  sideboard made up of eleven precisely cut pieces. The design draws on the basic physics of beam engineering to create a strong and light piece of furniture  with an origami-like sense of economy. Check out the DIY diagram in our gallery below, and get inspired to make one of your own.
Via Popular Architecture 
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