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paul+evi / ping pong table

paul+evi
paul+evi

The basic idea was to develop a ping pong table which is easy to handle. Not like the usual unwieldy, heavy ping pong tables, which are designed for sport, but more like an individually usable design furniture. Because of this, there was developed a simple plug and folding system and the idea to use a material which is very light, but at the same time strong and eco-friendly: a carton honeycomb panel. But the ping pong table should also be usable in many kinds of ways, despite itŽs overall size. So it is possible to split the ping pong table in two halves, to get two single tables, which work separately. www.hachinger.com/ifcda-tabletennis

University

University of Applied Sience

University of Applied Sience
München, Germany

University

University of Applied Siences

University of Applied Siences
Kuchl, Austria

Design

Denise M. Hachinger

Denise M. Hachinger
Erdweg, Germany