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24.2.06

paper table

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matt gagnon studio's paper table is made of recycled newsprint boards cut and fused to create a coffee table that has space to hold your reading materials and various paper (it sort of has this caveman look to it in my opinion, but i think that could be cool in some context). you can get a hollow or solid version for around $3,400 at 2modern, but i think it's interesting inspiration for a similar diy style. although i'm not sure i could fuse anything on my own. but i love the idea of recycled reading material being turned into something to hold reading material. click here for more info and online purchasing at 2modern.

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Anonymous melissa said...

It looks like Mitochondria to me. (Organelles that provide energy for a cell...)

11:05 PM  
Blogger MarcoPolo said...

I believe this material is called Homasote, made from recycled newspapers.

Martha has her own re-make using this material. http://www.marthastewart.com/page.jhtml?type=content&id=channel181945&contentGroup=KIDS&site=kid

Not sure how to fuse the boards together, but this would make a fun project. Just be sure to wear protective goggles and a mask!

11:43 AM  

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