Pure Nomade Hotel Box

Pure Nomade Hotel Box

Gregory Han
Aug 15, 2006
Some of you might have heard of the term "mashup", the popular practice of taking two different songs from two different bands and "mashing them up" into something new and wonderful. The Pure Nomade Hotel Box could be considered a mashup too, as it combines a fanciful but utilitarian foldable shoebox structure with the ability to create temporary modular furniture shelving (as previously noted by our NYC crew's Slinks post). A brilliant storage solution, made of foldable paper, available in an assortment of stylish patterns and colour...and unfortunately unavailable here in the States for now. Feel free to bug them via email or snail mail, and hope this comes stateside soon. Our crowded, cluttered closets deserve it.
The "Hotel" box concept is made of the finest quality paper ware from the United Kingdom. You buy them collapsed and sealed in plastic folio. Whenever you need them you take them out, fold them into boxes, zip them with a pair of rubber bands, and they are ready to go. They can safely be stacked in up to 10 feet towers fixed through a center screw at the top of the box and they can be set up as shelves crawling along the walls by using some joints supporters, and all in between. Finally a dust lid is snapped into place through the opening in front, making this the window for display.
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