Paper Furniture

Paper Furniture

Green Gaia designs and manufactures paper furniture that can be used by anyone in daily life under the brand name of Funny Paper in Korea.

For the safety issue, paper-furniture from Funny Paper is made of the safe and reliable corrugated cardboard and has been approved by the hard and thorough paper composition tests and subsequently proved to be heavy metal free such as lead or mercury. As the furniture is made of a twofold-reinforced corrugated cardboard, it is also sturdy enough for adults to use.
And, the paper furniture can be assembled without scissors, knifes and glues. When it is torn down, it can be reused 100%.

Most of all, children who are playing with this paper-furniture will be able to develop space awareness and creativity.
As every piece is connected with furrows, children can easily assemble pieces. And they can understand the meaning of space and structure as they engage in the process of assembling paper pieces.

 

Paper Furniture-01Also, the paper-furniture helps develop the sense of creativity and expression as they engage in assembling furniture and drawing picture for themselves.

Made using a twofold-reinforced corrugated cardboard, the Funny Paper products are very durable.
It is a double-sided corrugated cardboard with a single-sided corrugated fiberboard attached.

This is made with two single-sided corrugated fiberboards and liner, which is excellent in shock-absorbing. The manufacturer has cared for the user’s safety most.

All of the product’s exposed sections are cut by a saw blade so as to reduce the danger of a child being cut by the sections.

The Funny Paper products meet the safety requirements by acquiring Korea Product Safety (KPS), CE (EU) and ASTM (the U.S.).

 

 

 

GREENGAIA Funnypaper
941-15, Deogi-dong, Ilsanseo-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
Tel: (82-70)8864-6182 Fax: (82-31)975-6182
Website: ifunnypaper.com

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