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Mark
TEMP Chair
20/11

1. I ordered a plywood cut from a carpentry shop.

2. I tied the cut plywood with a cargo string to bring home.

3. When I came home, I untie the string, put the plywood in the right place, and tied the string again.

4. I am sitting in the chair that has been completed like that and writing this





TEMP chair, made by cutting OSB, is assembled by tying a single cargo strap with ratchets. The luggage strap, which can withstand more than 700kg, allows you to construct a sturdy chair without the use of screws, bonds or any hardware.

This strap is also used to wrap products. The five panels that make up the chair can be grouped together, and one panel has a handle, so it can be easily moved while packed.








It is designed to be wider than the existing chair, so you can take a break in various postures, and the lower part of the seat can be used as a storage space.







The reasonably priced OSB has enough strength to make up the chair, and the wood chip pattern makes it hard to see scratches, so it could be shipped without additional packaging.



Mark