kamkam: an furniture
kamkam: an furniture kamkam: an furniture
nov 01, 2010

kamkam: an furniture

‘an furniture’ by kamkam all images courtesy kamkam

korean studio kamkam have sent in images of their latest project ‘an furniture’.

they created their cabinet based around  ‘Ax’ paper sizes ; A3, A4, A5, etc, where the same ratio of width : length can be achieved when they are folded in half. ‘an furniture’ can be arranged and moved to become a closet, a bookshelf, a storage cabinet and a drawer.

‘an furniture’ when it is assembled as one unit

the cabinet separated which creates individual storage units

joints can be easily connected

drawer and cabinets


  • Wow! I love it…intelligent and quite poetic!

    Maria from Paris says:
  • perfect!!

    Aurora says:
  • This would make great dorm University/first apartment furniture.

    LRI says:
  • Love it!

    Ryan says:
  • cool!!

    surasekk says:
  • I don’t usually go gaga over other designers designs, but this is a design a would purchase in a second!

    roem says:
  • Beautiful

    @benjoguzman says:
  • amazing

    cas says:
  • nice concept, bad realisation, why those hidious ikea-like hinges??? There is a lot more to be done to make this stand out io dissapear into the unpleasantness of mass production.

    doda says:
  • awesome!!

    mira says:

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