According to Contzen, the idea for the light-weight, multi-functional furniture comes from society’s need for mobile, uncomplicated and flexible products. The use of light-weight material with a customisable surface in conjunction with a collapsible and interlocking system allows the user to quickly build and dismantle a minimalist seating solution such as a table or lecturn.
Cut-a-pult comes in a trendy shoulder bag which makes it ultra-portable and a range of graphic surface finishes allows the user to personalise their furniture.
I think I need to contact Lars immediately to find out where I can purchase this furniture as it would make a perfect little collapsible desk and stool for blogging. Not only could I take my new mini Vivienne Tam laptop with me but also my entire desk in a nifty little bag. Blogging on the go couldn’t be easier!
P.S. Last year I had the opportunity to catch up with Lars Contzen and you can read the full interview here.