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(Daily Mail)   Not just for Olympics - cardboard furniture for the masses   ( divider line
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586 clicks; posted to Business » on 26 Sep 2021 at 11:05 PM (2 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2021-09-26 10:46:59 PM  
[Spills some beer, chair melts]
2021-09-26 10:49:33 PM  
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2021-09-26 11:13:44 PM  
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2021-09-26 11:18:19 PM  
Whoever thinks this is a great idea obviously doesn't have cats.
2021-09-26 11:55:10 PM  
Ok. But only if they're sleazy furniture store filler space quality....
2021-09-27 12:36:01 AM  
This one looks nice: Full Size

My 6 cats would turn it into a pile of shredded paper in no time.
2021-09-27 1:09:49 AM  
I'll keep building with oak, TYVM.
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2021-09-27 1:17:28 AM  

ajgeek: No.
I'll keep building with oak, TYVM.
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2021-09-27 2:09:59 AM  
I'm sorry, but your authority is not recognized in Fort Kickass.
2021-09-27 3:14:39 AM  
This furniture seems appropriate for something temporary, where hauling in real furniture, even flatpack, might be problematic.  If it biodegrades as expected then it might make good stuff for expeditions where hauling out everything at the end is difficult, science field work like digs, or even field medical clinic work where one might not even want to bring the furniture home afterward and where its continued use might actually be dangerous.

For anything long term, no.  Just no.  Too much risk of damage from spills, critters trying to take up residence, bumps and thumps from normal life, not going to cut it.  It was perfect for the Olympic Village since in a COVID-era they were going to dispose of everything inside anyway.  Much more than a few months and I don't expect pieces to survive well when subjected to moderately harsh conditions and treatment.
2021-09-27 6:44:18 AM  
It's a big improvement over fiberboard.

That stuff weighs a fark-ton when you have to drag it out after a flood.
2021-09-27 10:35:10 AM  
Cardboard furniture will go great with this fall's fashion.

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