Architects with the firm Alt32 designed and used a computer-controlled router to manufacture office furniture and wall panels for the Plantory, a shared workspace facility in the Bread Box building at West Sixth and Jefferson streets. The firm made 64 desks and other furniture using birch plywood.
Architects with the firm Alt32 designed and used a computer-controlled router to manufacture office furniture and wall panels for the Plantory, a shared workspace facility in the Bread Box building at West Sixth and Jefferson streets. The firm made 64 desks and other furniture using birch plywood. Herald-Leader
Architects with the firm Alt32 designed and used a computer-controlled router to manufacture office furniture and wall panels for the Plantory, a shared workspace facility in the Bread Box building at West Sixth and Jefferson streets. The firm made 64 desks and other furniture using birch plywood. Herald-Leader

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