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Designer Uses U-bolts to Make Modular Furniture

Designer Uses U-Bolts and Pipes to Make Modular Furniture

If you are a fan of unique furniture, you will surely like the U-bolt furniture project by Seoul-based 1/plinth studio. The designer Woojin Park has come up with the unique idea to make beautiful furniture using U-bolts – accessories that are mainly used to fix pipes and other structures together in industrial sites.

The furniture units are conceived as U-bolt structures of aluminum pipes and angles, plus tempered glass makes for the top surface. No welding or bonding is used, rather it’s the U-bolts that hold the furniture pieces together.

The project comprises two forms – UM (U-bolt Module) and UT (U-bolt Trolley). The UM has furniture modules that can be combined to create tall shelves or several other configurations. On the other hand, UT is a trolley that characterizes the structure of the U-bolt with its unique appearance.

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The option to choose colors of U-bolts, pipes, angles, as well as glass makes this furniture even more interesting.

Designer Uses U-bolts to Make Modular Furniture

Image: 1/plinth studio

Designer Uses U-bolts to Make Modular Furniture

Image: 1/plinth studio

Designer Uses U-bolts to Make Modular Furniture

Image: 1/plinth studio

Designer Uses U-bolts to Make Modular Furniture

Image: 1/plinth studio

Designer Uses U-bolts to Make Modular Furniture

Image: 1/plinth studio

Designer Uses U-bolts to Make Modular Furniture

Image: 1/plinth studio

Designer Uses U-bolts to Make Modular Furniture

Image: 1/plinth studio

Via: designboom

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