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Let’s play Charades

Fabric Structures, Projects | January 1, 2014 | By:

A lightweight, airy and colorful group of furniture pieces called “Charade” is the end result of research by Gomar, a French designer based in The Netherlands, about nomadism within a restricted environment. Using regular metal tubes for their structures, combined with sailcloth and kite textiles, the two lamps, a table and a stool create a complete, temporary setting without having to leave the living room. The collection, inspired by a traditional, flexible and simple mobile camping set, is easy to assemble. Gomar is a junior product designer and project manager at Buitink Technology, Arnhem, Netherlands.

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