Transforming almost everything you find into useful household furniture, from shelf boxes and discarded doors up to dart boards, these attached supports can be removed or added within a minute.
Originally experimenting with clips, coat hangers and cards, two Spanish design students Maria Roca and Erika Biarnes (together: Be-Elastic) in Barcelona, created and developed this very system to be effective and efficient, strong and adaptable, combining straightforward usability with slim steel supports.
The true challenge was to create a robust thing that could also be simple and easy to convert on demand. At the time other clamp-based furniture items exist, this idea represents a many-sided and more creative, aesthetic and comparatively fast way to assemble and disassemble.
A unit of four legs is able to support a few hundred pounds, with the surface selection being more likely weight limitation rather than support’s capacity. However, only two sets can create a really working piece of furniture, such as a TV or side table leaning against one of the walls. The sets come in the combination of 16 colors (4 cable and 4 steel colors).
It is possible to attach the clamps to actually anything less than a few inches thick, including recycled objects of various sizes and shapes: “SNAP is created to fit all the sizes and shapes: rectangular, triangular or even irregular boards. It can also be placed wherever you prefer: on the sides in a chaotic way, orderly in the corner or wherever you want. It is your decision!”