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MAG Furniture by Benjamin Vermeulen Assembles Without Screws or Dowels

 - Dec 19, 2013
References: benjaminvermeulen & dezeen
MAG Furniture by Benjamin Vermeulen is designed to be assembled without any screws or dowels. MAG stands for Magnetic Assisted Geometry and refers to the powerful magnets that hold these pieces of furniture together. The idea behind MAG is to make flat-pack furniture that is sturdier and of a higher quality than standard.

The addition of magnets doesn't make MAG any tougher to assemble. On the contrary, Vermeulen designed his furniture to be quickly assembled and disassembled multiple times to make it easier to move from place to place. While the ease of assembly and strength of MAG Furniture by Benjamin Vermeulen are nice, its true strength lies in minimalist look that is both classy and modern.