Celebrating her eponymous studio’s 10th anniversary, designer Kristina Dam collaborates with Danish paper artist Amanda Betz and Danish manufacturer ELVO (known for their cardboard boxes) on the Edo Side Table, a piece of furniture that’s durable and steady despite being made of just cardboard, fabric, and a few pins.

Dam, who studied at The Royal Danish School of Fine Arts, Architecture, and Design in Copenhagen, was taught that if a product is durable as a paper prototype, then it will be durable in construction and execution. She has since wanted to experiment in paper or cardboard and realized her goals with the Edo. The side table, inspired by the art of simple living, is foldable and best suited for bedsides, narrow hallways, and small spaces. It comes in an earthy Burnt Brown and neutral cool Grey.

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