LYNKO furniture system by Natalia Geci

August 8th, 2016 by Camra’s blog

Inspired by her own nomadic lifestyle, Argentinian architect and designer Natalia Geci created a collection of modular freestanding pieces that can fulfill all of your household needs. The LYNKO furniture system is for those of us that find ourselves in less than permanent situations while still needing all the modern conveniences of life. After years of tossing out furniture when it was time to move, Geci looked for a configurable solution that produced less waste and could easily work in any household.

All of this led Geci to design something that was lightweight for transporting and was flexible enough to create a compact office, valet stand, or even a kitchen. The collection features varying sized metal frames that join together in any configuration with wooden hinges. The frames can be folded flat for storage or moving. When it’s time for use, unfold and set it up with any of the accessories designed to go with it – mirrors, hooks, hangers, trays, shelves, pickets, etc.

The LYNKO frames and accessories are powder coated metal in a variety of colors and finishes, including copper, bronze, and silver. The wooden hinges come in cherry, oak, or lacquered in a variety of colors and the storage pockets are available in leather, felt, or fabric.

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