Esa by Goncalo Campos Doesn't Need Nails or Glue to Stand Up

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Jun 10, 2010 • References: goncalocampos & dailytonic
'ESA' by Gonçalo Campos is a series of furniture by a young up-and-coming Portuguese designer. ESA can be used as a seat, table or rack, depending on how it is configured and uses only a scarf to keep all of its wooden components together.

The floral scarf that keep ESA by Gonçalo Campos together acts as a pretty decoration to the rather simple, natural wood pieces. I'm not sure how sturdy ESA is, but experimentation is half the fun-just don't put anything too delicate or breakable on top. Stats for Scarf-Tied Stools Trending: Older & Chilly
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