A polyvalent and reversible furniture collection is launched by French design studio smarin.
In terms of composition, the pieces rely on minimalism. Made out of solid wooden shapes, the company utilizes cork, oak for the boards and beech for the bearings. Dubbed 'Play YET !,' the reversible furniture collection embraces modularity, affordability, ease of assembly, and an incredibly sophisticated aesthetic. Individuals are capable of "making very strong and resistant structures" and make use of them in different ways — from shelves and desks to sofas and wooden huts.
smarin sells the components for its polyvalent and reversible furniture collection as singles or in one of 10 different kits. This is especially of interests to those who are on a budget as collections such as these reduce production and transport costs by 50%.
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