Multifunctional and highlyportable, Bookniture is a cleverfurniturepiecehidden in a notebookcover. Envisioned by Hong Long-based designerMike Mak, the project is extremely practical: it can be a footrest, a nightstand and a standing workdesk. Moreover, you can use it as an outdoorstool or add a wood-board on top of two Bookfurnitures and create a bench. The best part however is its ability to fold back into a book, making it easy to carry aroundfromplace to place and store it in style. Have a look at the official Kickstarter campaign video below for a better understanding of the project:
The design is said to combine advanced OrigamiStructure with the traditional craft of book-binding: “Different materials were studied and structural design were developed. All over the world the right type of paper for the mass production of origami structure was sourced and identified. The specific machine, different toolings, and the dimension of the origami structure were all carefully managed. Our final sample is now a truly impressive piece combining strength, flexibility and portability all into one.” For additional comfort and durability, Bookniture also comes with a double colorfelt top with laser engraving, that can successfully be used as a table top. Find the combo appealing?
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