To show how this works, the Cabinet of Collaborations selected several exemplary projects that involved interdisciplinary collaboration between manufacturing companies and designers. An illustrative example of designer creativity is the “Inside Out Cabinet” designed by Klaas Kuiken using Finsa Greenpanel as the structural material. The panels use a honeycomb frame that is usually hidden from sight, but that the designer decided to display openly as a decorative pattern on the finished work. Similarly, “Everything but the Desktop” by the designers Daphna and Laurens uses two layers of “Forbo Desktop,” a type of linoleum that is usually overlayed upon a surface, to create “On-top organisers,” an “Above lamp,” and a “Beside chair”, three products consisting of, respectively, containers for objects, a pendant light and chairs made with Forbo Desktop as the principal material. Even more striking is the O-Floor Lamp by Job van den Berg: a collection of lamps in which wood veneer, instead its usual function as a finishing layer, is here used as a structural support. By rolling up the sheets of oak veneer into tubes and forming joints and volumes using only this material, the designer was able to create lamps whose appearance belies their composition. For while they look heavy and monolithic, they lamps are actually as light as a feather.