Console tacing pap present 2

Published on March 7th, 2014 | by Greg Przybyszewski


Side hall table: Open University assignment

tacing pap present 2

Materials: KNUFF storage unit, NIPEN legs, ALBERT shelving unit

My hack is a part of my design module assignment. I study Design at Open University and hacking Ikea was our task. It is only idea in drawings and CAD presentation, not a real piece of furniture, but I thought it could be interesting for you :)

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I used mainly Knuff storage unit, Nipen legs and Albert shelving unit elements to strengthen the structure and mount the legs.

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6 Responses to Side hall table: Open University assignment

  1. Greg Przybyszewski says:

    Yes, I’m aware of that. The smaller units can be placed and fixed inside bigger ones, which would strengthen the structure of the whole table, They also could be used like in that coffee-side table made with Knuffs presented somewhere here.

  2. Monika says:

    I don’t think this would work as nicely as planned. KNUFF units come in a set of two different sizes, so either you build two tables, one with the smaller KNUFFs, one with the bigger ones (or discard one size, or use it for something else), or there will be some irregular edges due to the differently- sized units.
    Nice idea, though!

  3. greg przybyszewski says:

    thanks a lot guys :) no it is only a project, still to be done by someone :)

  4. Danni says:

    Has anyone actually made this?

  5. Katia says:

    Wow! This is probably the most wowed I’ve been with an ikea hack. Bravo

  6. Eesha Lakhani says:

    Love it! Omg this is insanely simple and clever

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