A newer design technology in the Wintec Innovation fold (see our post on their Winbloks) is their Stratflex system. It's essentially flatpack furniture with a twist, or rather, a bend: Plywood is scored through several of its layers at specific junctures, allowing the forms to ship flat, but flex during assembly. The gaps are permanently filled with a flexible polymer that can withstand the slight deformation.
A frame made from Saligna, a southern hemisphere hardwood, holds the pieces in shape.
Despite the small product lineup thus far, the potential for Stratflex seems huge. I hope Wintec has taken out a patent, as someone over at IKEA HQ must surely have noticed the system: It won the 2013 Innovation Award at Design Indaba.