Message - Wall Furniture

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Posted by  Per Corell on April 13, 2003 at 04:13:57:

Sorry if you find this a bit off topic, but beside I was happy to get my hands on twin wall furnitures I Designed and produced for a client several years ago, I find the issue detail and quality important.
The two was designed for a small flat to carry the most important personal things and daily clotches ,easy to find and designed with CAD so, that when looking at the furniture it look only halve the size of storeage it offer.
Acturly the furnitures are double as deep as they seem due to the rounded sides and whoever se these things get as surprised as anyone who finaly realise the functionality of a 3D-H framework.
Anyway now you know that P.C. beside a number of nice boats, also checked out CAD for producing a lot of furniture, -----

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