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You Need to See this Flexible Cabinet!

It can be opened and closed like a paper fan

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Are you looking for well-designed pieces for your space? If you want too add a distinct contemporary touch to your home, you should always be on the lookout for pieces that go beyond expectations to redefine design.

Take for example the Wave Cabinet. It might look like a one-of-a-kind conversation piece but wait until you open and close it. Made from a hundred slats of Baltic Birch, it can be opened from almost any direction. According to artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz, his vision for the piece was for people to forget about furniture, and to view it as an art form of "breaking a box.”

Watch the video to see how it works:

Main photo from: Sebastian Errazuriz.

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