The Freefold Popup Box can be arranged as a free-standing screen wall, office furniture or plinth. Face it in or out it will always maintain the same pattern. Slots in the sides allow the modules to be connected together.
When Australian architect Tobias Horrocks first designed a piece of paperboard furniture for his own Melbourne apartment, little did he know that his career was about to change.
The Freefold Popup Box – a recycled paperboard storage and display system with a unique geometry – was an instant hit. Since then, Horrock has successfully designed paperboard stools, shelves and bicycle stands among many other things.
Super lightweight, foldable and 100 per cent recyclable are some of the main advantages of Mr. Horrocks’ designs. Apart from being simply stunning furniture, that is.
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