PLAYATECH MAKES FRONT PAGE NEWS AGAIN… AND IN WIRED MAGAZINE
Playatech is pleased to offer Black Rock City’s most advanced state-of-the-art, low-tech, planet-friendly camp furnishings for the radically self-reliant. The pieces all slot together for instant assembly using no metal fasteners, disassemble flat for easy transport, and are easy to make yourself.
Most designs fit back into their original 4×8 plywood sheet shapes like puzzles, enabling the entire Five Elements Pavilion Ensemble shown on this page to ship in a minivan! That’s a super-custom Glimmer Bar, a Pledenza, 2 Playa Pews, 3 Playa Love Seats, a Ploset, some Plenches, two Teensy Tables, and an 8×12 chill space – with enough room left to carry the 20×30 tent and all the fur too!
Eliminating IKEA from the playa is our strategic goal, and all our other competitors are centuries obsolete. Only Playatech offers a complete line of DIY period furniture for the 21st Century burner. So go to the lumber yard, pick yourself up some plywood sheets, and get to work! Then get that your new furniture is a canvas for whatever decorative art you can imagine. And find out why it is so GREEN compared to anything you’ll find at IKEA.
Playatech is a shareware-supported enterprise, so if you build any of our unique ploducts, PLEASE donate the requested royalty of $5/sheet to Black Rock Arts Foundation before you download the plans. Otherwise you will wish you did on the playa, where we’ll look at you funny if you walk up with money in your hand. We’ll even make it easy for you with a money-back guarantee! And do follow “Leave No Trace” principles when building, decorating, enjoying, and incinerating anything!
Go build a Playa Love Seat or any of our other fine furniture now. You’ll be glad you did!
Coming Soon: Our new book “Furnish Your Pad For $500, Ship It In One Mini-Van Load, and Save the Planet While You’re At It”. Face it – if you can’t afford Playatech, you’re stuck with FedEx Furniture…
Now Hiring: Displaced high-tech engineers for positions in prototype development, transportation engineering and customer support at insanely low wages – but the benefit plan rocks!