Fabricia Chang, a graduate from the Design Academy Eindoven, is behind the 'Flexible Order' project, a collection which consists of several frames that attach together to form modular furniture pieces. The pastel-colored frames can be joined to make different shapes or compositions, making them as versatile as they are transportable.
Each frame is outfitted with a set of holes along the sides, which match up to rectangular pieces, allowing them to stand on their own. Wooden hooks and boards can be added to the frames to differentiate the use and function of the structure to better suit individual needs.
Chang explains, "[Flexible Order] enables users to create their own order within a given order. With this system, a new relationship between freedom and order is achieved."
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