Vienna, AUSTRIA NOV 10, 2014 – They can be great to have, but unsightly to keep around. Magazines. One Austrian design team, Zone-Architects, has found a practical way to let magazines disappear at the touch of a hand with their Mag Rack Table Series and they have launched a Kickstarter campaign to get it into production.
These Mag Rack Tables are made only of high quality materials which have been specially selected for durability. The team has overcome many challenges, such as finding a technical solution that would enable the tables to be assembled easily without any diminishment in quality or functionality. The Mag Rack Table Series was designed to consist of 6 models – the Mag-Ander, Mag-Double, Mag-Double-D, Mag-Impulse, Mag-Small and Mag-One. This campaign is to specifically launch two models the “MAG-Impulse” and “MAG-Ander”.
The Mag Rack Table Series was chosen to represent Austrian design at various exhibitions and has been nominated for a prize at the design competition „novum buche“ in Austria.
Angel investors helping fund the Mag Rack Table Series Project campaign to the next level will be eligible for perks such as thank yous, Mag Rack postcard design sketches, Mag Rack T-shirts, an IMPULS 3D model of the Mag Rack, Mag Rack Ander Table, Mag Rack Acryl Table, Mag Rack IMPULS linoleum, a one week accommodation in the old Stonehouse on the Island of Zlarin, Croatia and much, much more.
The team also understands not everyone may be able to give money to help the Mag Rack Table Series Project, so they ask that those who cannot give monetarily help by spreading the word about the Mag Rack Table Series Project online through social media such as Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr or record a video challenge for Vine, Facebook or Instagram to invite friends to give to or share this Kickstarter fundraiser. Include #MagRackTable in all posts.
For more information, visit MAG RACK TABLE SERIES
Company Name: Zone-Architects Vienna
Contact Person: Nikola Popovic
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Phone: +43 664 3088556
Address:Feldgasse 3 1080 Vienna