Reinventing Local Furniture: Print it Down the Street Reinventing Local Furniture: Print it Down the Street
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Reinventing Local Furniture: Print it Down the Street

by Adele Peters

April 13, 2013

Those who get in on the Kickstarter campaign—there are just a couple of days left to go—can have a custom shape or their name cut into the top. The stool's a nice design on its own; it's cleverly made to assemble in less than a minute, unlike other flat-pack furniture. But what's most interesting is the proof that the supply chain is being reinvented. 

Images courtesy of James McBennett

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Reinventing Local Furniture: Print it Down the Street