The material chipboard (DIN EN312) is one of the most widely used materials in the furniture industry, but mostly hidden under layers of synthetic or wooden veneer due to its visual appearance. Chipboard was invented in 1930 by Max Himmelheber in order to increase the utilization rate of trees. The process of reusing wooden waste and compressing it with sawdust has increased the utilization of a tree to 80 percent. By deliberatly disclosuring and exaggeratedly highlighting the raw material an alternative interpretation and unconventonal use of recycled materials is showcased. Consisting of three movable parts the object "EN312" can be individualy combined and arranged to support a more flexible way of storage and use of space.