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Rick Rutledge

It's a somewhat creative design, but aside from the absence of vinyl wood-grain overlays, it's probably not that different in construction from many mass-produced office furniture products!

PerGynt

It is not attractive at all. And I would guess almost as permanent and cost effective as it is attractive. Don't spill your coffee anybody!

The Office Furniture Man

I Think this is a great website and I enjoy reading the comments. Also I used to work for a transport company I did a similair thing with the mass amount of boxes we had made a complete bedroom suite.

Office equipment

It is very interesting- reminds an architecture class room (we always presented on these huge standing cardboard thingies) bot very original, sorry to say. Lawyers have a stable, calm and accurate image to present to the world- do you really wanna look messy and too creative? I don't think so - you would be out of work :) But it doesnt mean your work space cant be pleasant and right for you :) You should bug your bosses about it :) Design doesn't have to be crazy, it can be just very good.

officefurniture

It's really amazing. For the very first time I am seeing this kind of cardboard office....Good going.

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