Groningen, The Netherlands -- Dutch designer Tim Vinke has used polyurea-coated expanded polystyrene foam to develop the Kruikantoor - a piece of furniture that looks like a combination of a wheelbarrow and an office. Not surprisingly, he coined the term Kruikantoor himself, by combining the Dutch words for wheelbarrow and office.
In today's highly competitive employment environment, this is another option for a multiskilled workforce, keen on all types of flexibility. After flexitime, hot-desking and the home office, here comes the next option - take your own office with you wherever you go.
Vinke's Kruikantoor is a design with many possibilities. And you can simply it fold it up and wheel it away when not needed.
Vinke, who designs other furniture using EPS coated with polyurea, says the pieces fit together like a puzzle.
While the Kruikantoor is 1500 x 400 x 1200 mm, the lightweight foam makes it possible to wheel along a unit consisting of two chairs, a table, a light, an electrical connection, and storage space.
See more at www.timevinke.nl