Artist Chung-Tang Ho has created a cabinet that changes shape during use, a solid volume that opens up when objects are stored within it. Just like a pin art toy, allowing you to easily embed objects directly into the furniture Absolutely awesome!
He also does a unique take on the boring old chest of drawers.
About Mr MiyagiWalk on road, hm? Walk left side, safe. Walk right side, safe. Walk middle, sooner or later
- Shaved my pip for the very first time. Seems like a lot of effort to keep it up, though. https://t.co/T16je4XzQp 3 weeks ago
- Merry merry. For some reason Kato will not leave the kitchen..... https://t.co/btbsNUVEHN 4 weeks ago
- How much is too much Gammon? #nosuchthing #shutupandeat #haha...wait...your serious? https://t.co/cMpGH7iAVC 4 weeks ago
- Please help us support this cause again this year. We raised over R 4000 last year! https://t.co/lHT8PLcFhv 1 month ago
- On the special board this week: Dakgangjeong. Korean sweet, sticky and spicy chicken with toasted cashew and egg fr… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 1 month ago
- They’re here!!! Noodle bowls at R 50 each Md brekkie sets (mug and cereal bowl) at R 100. Gonna sell out fast, so c… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 1 month ago
- We should have some mugs and bowls for sale by the end of the week. Very limited stock, so first come/first serve. https://t.co/pOtiFXsyOO 1 month ago
- A variation on the classic kamikaze cocktail. Semi frozen....... https://t.co/iMZrMqJBgO 1 month ago
- https://t.co/s4Pw7UFPVT 1 month ago
- We’ve decided to cash in on the hype with a crazy special of our own #goodatmath #BlackFriday2017 https://t.co/OIXnVLNqYo 1 month ago
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