Masque Thing is a rubber cabinet designed by architecture studio Allthatissolid who chose to experiment with material to deliver an interesting juxtaposition and experience. The storage unit is covered in grey silicone that resembles terrazzo. This craftsmanship is courtest of Youngbuk—a Brooklyn art fabricator.
In total, the rubber cabinet has 12 doors and a row of top drawers, making it quite sizable. When consumers pull on the brass handles, the material stretches ever so slightly and forms "breast-like shapes."
Masque Thing's six wooden legs are also a point of interest as they are all differently shaped and are described to "peek out in sumptuous ways."
The extravagant rubber cabinet is designed for an art collectors' apartment on the Upper West Side in New York.
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