The 'COCO' Wall Jack Coils Loose Wires to Keep Things Looking Neat

By: Michael Hemsworth - Nov 10, 2016
References: yankodesign
Being that we're living in the wireless age, cords and cables are beginning to look more unsightly than ever, so the 'COCO' wall jack aims to help hide them without the need to tuck them behind furniture or the like.

The 'COCO' works by being installed on a wall as an outlet; when an item is plugged in with cord slack to spare, the design pops open to reveal a spindle to wind the cord around. When the cord is loaded, the outlet cover can be popped back into place to hide the cord and keep workstations and homes looking neater than ever.

The 'COCO' wall jack is the design work of Kai Wang,Yong Chen, Fu Rao and Liya Gu, and helps to further enhance the notion of organized living.