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BOOKNITURE

BOOKNITURE

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Another successful innovation from Kick Starter project, BOOKNITURE, created by Hong Kong-based designer Mike Mak, is multifunctional furniture hidden in a single book. Handmade with book-binding method, it has an origami-like interior that surprisingly withstands 1,000kg of pressure, albeit its mere 1.6kg weight. As a nightstand, stool, reading corner, or standing desk, it opens to endless possibilities and convenience in your everyday life.

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Another successful innovation from Kick Starter project, BOOKNITURE, created by Hong Kong-based designer Mike Mak, is multifunctional furniture hidden in a single book. Handmade with book-binding method, it has an origami-like interior that surprisingly withstands 1,000kg of pressure, albeit its mere 1.6kg weight. As a nightstand, stool, reading corner, or standing desk, it opens to endless possibilities and convenience in your everyday life.
  • Designed by Mike Mak
  • Colour: Field Brown
  • USA kraft paper cover and origami-structured interior
  • Light grey and red doubled sided felt top included
  • Elastic band secure
  • Stackable
  • Handmade with book-binding method
  • Length 18cm / Depth 4cm / Height 33cm
  • Weight: 1.6kg
  • Do not soak in water
  • Withstands 1,000kg of pressure

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