Tai Side Table
Tai Side Table aims to effectively utilize retired substation metal plates, extend the service life of the materials to reduce the burden on the environment. Only laser cutting, and bending are required to complete the side table. There is no need to use costly molds and be limited by the minimum production volume.
What makes it smart / innovative?:
The Tai Side Table has a place where books can be temporarily placed in the center of the table without bookmarks. The flat-packed design can significantly reduce production time through assemble by user. Also, its tabletop can be replaced with any material at our fingertips and can even be transformed into a low table or bench.
Why is it relevant for the final user?:
The flat-packed design can significantly reduce production time through assemble by final user. It is just like the production concept of digital manufacturing. This means the end user can buy furniture at a lower price and each individual part of furniture can be replaced and repaired. Prolonging the life of the furniture through modular design.
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