Like those pin-frames you push your hand into so the shape is revealed on the rear, Chung-Tang Ho's Push and Store cabinet takes the form of whatever you hide inside it. It's just a shame that only the wall gets to appreciate it. [Droog via Bonluxat via OhGizmo]
Push Books Into This Cabinet So The Wall Can Appreciate Its 3D Rear
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