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Aleph Collection Provides a Simplified Modular Alternative to Movables

 - Jan 21, 2013
References: mocoloco & blog.leibal
A mildly imaginative person can figure out how to effectively construct different items of furniture from basic building blocks. The Aleph Collection asks it user to do just this, inviting one to arrange a group of rectilinear objects into everything from stools and side tables to bookcases.

Designer Gyuyub Jo of South Korea suggests that the integration of these minimalist units into small apartments is a wise way to furnish small apartments with single inhabitants. Based on the spatial and financial pressures of bringing broad tables and sofas into urban flats, these simple lumber modules make life easier and more adaptable.

Two models, the 45 and the 25, come in two different sizes. The Aleph Collection always functions as storage boxes or cubbies but can form desks, seating and shelving with a little creative configuration.