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Four elegant legs and a torso - the very least you need to make a trestle support. Put all of these elements together and you have something graceful, stable and strong. You don't even need screws: the angled positions of the legs stiffen to hold the construction rigid when you place something on it. All pieces are made from two layers of white plywood with a layer of red PVC in between to create an unbroken, eye-catching red strip along the edges. You only need a second for dismantling, and you need virtually no space for storage.
Prof. Klaus Michel
Prof. Guido Englich