My home is my Casulo

Casulo is a complete set of room furniture which can be set up in less than ten minutes and later disassembled and repacked like a standard Euro pallet of 80 cm by 120 cm.  No tools are needed in the process. 

The unit is constructed of durable, long-lasting materials. Even after many moves the strong materials chosen for the unit mean that the Casulo will never show signs of wear and tear. This is for people on the move, those in job training, students, and people who have to change their location frequently.

Casulo, a collaborative project of designers Marcel Krings and Sebastian Mühlhäuser, won the Abraham & David Roentgen Prize for its innovative design in November 2007.   

tags: furniture, awards, project
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2 comments so far:
Steven's Gravatar Steven, on February 15:

That is way cool!
Heath's Gravatar Heath, on February 15:

I had a similar idea a few years ago but abandoned it becuase its so inhuman.

I'm glad I did now, perhaps in the hands of more capable designers
it might work but to me this looks like ikea for gunatanamo bay inmates.

be-dsgn
Desi Andrews, on March 28:
"It's interesting how we can look at nature to come up with ideas for great technological advancement..."

Krish, on March 25:
"Yes, agree with Mr. Wright"

SDR, on March 12:
"Only now, 75 years after Mr Wright proposed the Broadacres (literal) model of the future, can we ser..."

Jade, on March 10:
"Yes. I am beyond being in agreement with Mr. Wright--this is the future, dismantling suburbs for sel..."

Them Le, on March 1:
"Amazing product for customer"

Natacha Watson, on January 20:
"I personaly prefer gold vases :p"

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