Beautiful, sustainable furniture that clicks
together in seconds with no tools.
Flat Pack Chassis.
Moving heavy awkwardly sized furniture is one of life's greatest inconveniences. Hoek is designed to be simple straight from the box. Our flat-pack chassis allows Hoek to be easily stored away or brought along for the ride.
Assembly of Hoek furniture couldn’t be easier. Simply unclip the legs from the chassis and click into place! Our patented “snap-lock” system allows any piece of Hoek furniture to be assembled in seconds.
Our HDPE is made from 100% post-consumer content like old milk jugs. The HDPE is then milled into Hoek furniture at our shop in Brooklyn. If you’re done with your Hoek furniture it can be sent back for the process to start again!
Assembles in Seconds
The legs are held in place on the underside of the table in what we call the “chassis.” We utilize the flexibility of the post-consumer recycled HDPE plastic to hold the leg in place through friction. The user can simply unclip the leg from its storage compartment by pulling it upwards.
The flexibility of the HDPE is again used in our patented snap-lock system. The hook at the rear end of the leg is inserted first, then by simply pushing the leg forward, it clicks into place creating a strong and durable joint.
Once you have clicked all the legs into place you can simply flip the table over and enjoy - that’s it!
Choose the color scheme to suit your life.
"Obviously I knew the gist of the product before getting it, but it's hard not to laugh during assembly. I think it took 45 seconds."
Will Price: Gear Patrol
16 OCT 2020
"During the breakdown of a piece of furniture, the legs can be clicked back into their storage compartment in the chassis once removed from the joint. It’s just so simple and convenient."
Kelly Beall: Design Milk
29 OCT 2020
"Absolutely loving this modern, stustainable, click together, flat pack furniture. Brooklyn made. YES!"
Tina Roth Eisenberg: Swiss Miss
02 NOV 2020
"Hoek is proof that it might start with materials, but true
sustainability morphs into a product with the potential to last and ends with a closed cycle of circular production."
Kieron Marchese: Design Wanted
07 DEC 2020