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The Great Wall


I debated on this one a bit, but ultimately thought it was just too cool not to share. It’s definitely a designer-y gift idea, and meant for a certain type of audience…like say, a friend that’s just moved into a new open concept loft, or if you own your own company, consider grabbing a few kits for your office. Your employees will thank you.


The gift? The Nomad Archi System. The purpose? To create – without tools or much effort at all – movable, modular walls. Whether you want to create a partition, a mobile office, a reading nook, or even a little fort, the system uses interlocking, recycled, durable cardboard pieces. Compared to a cubicle, the ‘room’ for creativity is ample – you can easily adapt it to different shapes and heights, and with 9 colours to choose from, it’s easy to combine the system into endless rainbows of enjoyment.

One kit contains 24 modules for $69, meaning you’ll likely need a few sets to make something substantial. The company actually has downloadable build sheets to give you some direction in crafting your fortress of solitude. I found the kits on the Lumiaire website, a very cool BC-based home decor shop that has a fantastic online boutique, with free shipping on orders over $35, or extremely reasonable shipping of $6 otherwise. I love!

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One Response to “The Great Wall”
  1. Emilia Turner says:

    Very clever Glad to see it is a BC company, there are so many bland concrete spaces in Vancouver these walls are great #cgg

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