Drawers are a necessity in keeping all your clothes and knick knacks in order, but they can sometimes be less than interesting to look at; the Fjaril Drawer magically reinvents this organizational design for the modern world.
Designer Jakob Jorgensen has created the Fjaril Drawer, which he describes as full of rhythm and a movement that "changes itself from a simple box into a functional sculpture," according to his website. The Fjaril Drawer looks like a normal storage object that will open in a straight line towards you, but it actually expands in all different directions to create a Jenga-like structure. The Fjaril Drawer is currently being sold as a limited edition item in Paris.
You'll begin to wish you had more clothes to fold just so you can see the Fjaril Drawer's blooming action at work.
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Adaptable Modular Desks
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Functional Space-Saving Desks
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