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Pop-Up Linen by Renate Nederpel Can Be Tucked Away When Not Needed

 - Jul 4, 2014
References: renatenederpel.nl & core77
The Pop-Up Linen is a flat-pack wardrobe for those who require an impromptu space for clothes some of the time, but not always. Although this might seem slightly strange for those with enough space to hold a permanent armoire, smaller homes struggle to accommodate such a big piece of furniture. The Pop-Up Linen is also useful for temporary fashion shops, studio photoshoots and more.

Designed by furniture designer Renate Nederpel, a graduate from the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, the Pop-Up Linen is made out of a rugged material and stands on four pinewood legs. Boasting an origami-like construction, it is easy to assemble and disassemble when required. It is minimalist and modern overall.