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Published on November 10th, 2008 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Stark hall unit as a room divider





Galloni Michele from Italy modifies a Stark hall unit to serve as a landing strip divider.

Galloni says, “I modified it by adding an aluminum frame (1.5 x 3 mm) around the unit. The two legs are connected to the bottom via bolts before mounting the legs in place. The frame is connected to the Stark by wood screws, except for the left side, for which I used silicone. The hacked Stark is mounted to the wall by drilling on the right beam three holes shaped like an inverted V and hanging it to three wall screw. For safety reasons I have added an additional support screwed to the wall on top.”

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2 Responses to Stark hall unit as a room divider

  1. Michele says:

    Clever, cool and modern looking and practical.

  2. Watch Anime says:

    This is very creative and pratical.

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