Gregor Korolewicz's 'Klippen Klappen desk' is practical in several regards. Modeled after authentic sewing kits, it has been divided up in to several sections, optimal for the storage of books, paper, pencils, and perhaps even needles and thread.
The sleek look of the Klippen Klappen desk renders it appropriate for a variety of spaces. Its compartmentalized features make it prime for the revamping of office spaces or children's rooms as it can hold a considerable amount of goods.
Korolewicz's design also speaks to a broader re-purposing movement in the decor sphere. The unlikely use of sewing tools in the home here introduces new construction concepts and moreover encourages the development of similar spin off projects.
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