Designed by Coen van Ham
Foldr is a brochure stand for on the wall. The design created by designer Coen van Ham has been inspired by a sheet of paper. The parts that have been folded outwards function as holders for magazines and brochures. Thanks to the efficient use of materials this refined brochure stand hardly takes up any space.
textured finish epoxy coated steel
28cm x 105.5cm x 14.5cm
Nice detail: Foldr is made from a single sheet of steel. No material goes to waste.
Foldr is fine on its own, but likes company too. Use the power of repetition and hang multiple brochure stands next to each other.
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