When a group of students from the Sejong University in South Korea wished to participate in a design show in Tokyo, it was the Carry Home Project that got them there. Firstly, the clever creation of pop-up furnishings was what drew exhibit visitors to their tiny shipping container kiosk, but more impressively, this booth actually served as their home away from home.
The young exhibitors could not afford to stay in a hotel in Japan, so each of them brought either a closet, a table, a lounger, a hanging storage system or a shelf, made from corrugated plastic and capable of being folded up into the portable dimensions of airline-acceptable luggage in the form of the Carry Home Project.
Flatpack Bagged Bedrooms
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