Splicing Furniture is designed to meet the demands of a generation that follow the nineties. It combines structure with aesthetics, and its ability to be flat-packed reduces the cost of transportation.
Xu Le, Lin Bingta, You Zhipeng, Lin Feng
After the nineties, the decades that follow have had an increasingly higher standard of living and smaller living spaces. This led to a generation of people who are always moving homes, shopping online, and in pursuit of a high life. This generation of people need flexible and modern furniture pieces that are also space saving and easy to move.
Designed for such demands, Splicing Furniture is made from beech and cement (or acrylic). It combines aesthetics and structure. Splicing Furniture employs a mortise and tenon structure that allows the furniture to be flat-packed and assembled by hand. The flat packaging system also makes it convenient to order online.