Shanghai-based designers Naolab have turned their creative talents towards the universal gadget charging station, and come up with ChargerFrame. It's designed to put your charging gadgets on display... in a chaotic, randomly wiry, Pollock-meets-cats-cradle kind of way. It has sockets built all around the frame, a single on-off switch and pegs for you to drape electric wires and gadgets around. Of course every time you add or remove a device, the "picture" changes, and that's kind of interesting. Maybe I like it 'cause it's the sort of thing I dream up when in a creative mood, maybe because it's actually cleverer than the Sanctuary. Just a concept. [Dezeen]
Naolab ChargerFrame Turns Your Charging Gizmos into Work of Art
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