The ChargerFrame Actually Highlights Tangled Wires Like a Work of Art

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Nov 13, 2013 • References: naolab
The mess of kinked cables beneath your desk, that many people consider unsightly, is considered from another perspective with the ChargerFrame. No effort is made to conceal the twists, the kinks and the inevitable entanglement; rather, the chaos seems to be celebrated.

The offbeat Naolab product is essentially a shallow cubby made from wood and measuring 75cm by 55cm by 12cm in depth. It has a backing with a single row of four pegs and green "on" switch to one side. Look inside the frame and you'll see that this unusual object functions as a sort of power strip with plenty of available electrical sockets. Plug your various devices into the ChargerFrame, coil the cords around the hooks, and appreciate the jumble of cables as a contemporary masterpiece in landscape or portrait form. Stats for Mounted Cable Clutter Trending: Older & Warm
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