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A Shaker-Inspired Adjustable Peg Furniture System

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A simple system designed by John Arndt and Wonhee Jeong from Oregon comprises assorted table tops and legs that can be assembled in a variety of ways to create different pieces of furniture. Their design firm Studio Gorm will show it at the Direktorenhaus art space in Berlin.

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The two Oregon designers are inspired by the Shaker culture of simplicity and modesty to create a furniture system that exemplifies the waste-not-want-not lifestyle. They would be especially useful in a small space, making a small space adaptable for different uses over time.

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As different needs arise, tables or stools of different heights and sizes can be easily created.

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For example, for a nursery school in a home, this makes it easy to pack up the work day at night to create space in the same space for different activities.

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Magnets at the end of the legs make it quick and easy to store them when they are not in use.

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The same connections, at the same angle, in each piece make for a completely adjustable system.  Simple perfection.

I can imagine these painted in a lot of different primary colors.

Source: Dezeen

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