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Paper Cabinet

$4,172.00
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The Moooi Paper Cabinet is a solid furniture piece made entirely out of paper and cardboard. It gets its stability from intelligent construction: each component slots into one another for shared strength, without the assistance of metal hardware. The three fixed shelves and closed bottom cabinet offer a wealth of display and storage possibilities.
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The Moooi Paper Cabinet is a solid furniture piece made entirely out of paper and cardboard. It gets its stability from intelligent construction: each component slots into one another for shared strength, without the assistance of metal hardware. The three fixed shelves and closed bottom cabinet offer a wealth of display and storage possibilities.

Moooi creates modern pendant lighting, lamps, and a unique array of suspension lighting. Founded by Marcel Wanders and first presented in 2001, Moooi creates products that satisfy the customers' desire for individual style, and features designers such as Ross Lovegrove and Erwin Olaf.

The Paper Cabinet is available with the following:
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  • Made of honeycomb paper and cardboard panels
  • White lacquered finish
  • 4 fixed shelves (including one inside cabinet base)
  • No handles or connective metal hardware
  • Flat packed
  • Designed by Studio Job, 2005
Dimensions:
  • Item: Height 94.5", Width 51.6", Depth 24.2"

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