To store things, most people have a drawer or cupboard, or even keep a pile of unsightly yet very useful items. The Stekkerboek by Dave Hakkens, however, is one of those objects that blends well into its surroundings.
Its name literally translates to "plug-book," which perfectly describes the way the cable box functions. Masquerading as a book, it can be placed amongst the hardcovers on the shelf in your office, available at hand when extra electrical outlets are needed. It has been designed in white, black, green and various shades of brown to prevent it from standing out. The discrete device houses three power points and a 2.5m extension cord. The cable and head retract within the casing, giving the Stekkerboek by Dave Hakkens a compact quality.
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The Stekkerboek by Dave Hakkens Hides for Use at Hand
- By: Amelia RoblinApr 6, 2011