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The 'Chaos' Credenza Cabinet Makes Use of Hard and Soft Materials

 - Oct 25, 2016
References: tevasq & yankodesign
Drawing inspiration from the Chaos Theory, the 'Chaos' credenza cabinet is designed to offer storage space in a much more relaxed way. Designed by Alessandro Criscito, the 'Chaos' credenza features a facade that's crafted using elastic bands to create a somewhat chaotic impression when admired straight on. The elastic bands enable a person to slide and extend them to fit items within to eliminate the need for traditional doors or glass panels.

The 'Chaos' credenza cabinet allows the items stored within the appear somewhat fragmented and scattered from the outside to further reinforce the Chaos Theory connection. This allows a space to incorporate the furniture piece without appearing too formal or rigid as some furniture pieces can come across. Better yet, it allows for a wide array of different styles and methods to be played with to create a look that's inherently unique.