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Ten Green is a shelving and table system, constructed simply from local recyclates. This range started with shelving/table modules and continued into small shelving units, big shelving units ...
For one table you will need: Four hook and eye strainers / turnbuckles as they are sometimes called. I used the smallest I could find, which are 14mm ...
You also need four bottles. All the same brand/height/shape preferable. Wash them thoroughly in hot soapy water. I think the clear ones look the best. In this example ...
Start with the top board, that is the one without holes drilled through it. Place this upside down on a clean firm surface such that the screw eyes ...
Place the bottles in each corner of the board. Then carefully lower on top the upper shelf, allowing the necks of the bottles to pass through the 30mm ...
Adjust the bases of the bottles to ensure that they are flush with the first board. Attach a turnbuckle (and ess hook on the turnbuckle eye end if ...
Your table is now assembled. If your bottles are screwtops, you may want to replace the lids as feet. Turn the whole assembly over so that the tops ...
I am always up for collaborative work, hence my devotion to open sourcing in design. Here are some pictures of other tables I have made so far using ...
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