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The DPI Wall Containers Provide Hidden Storage that Doubles as Art

 - May 5, 2016
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DPI is a series of wall containers that can be arranged in a variety of styles to add storage space that is above ground. While the units can be used as buckets to hold books and other small items, they also double as wall art creating a stunning mosaic of squares along the wall.

The DPI containers were designed for the brand MOGG and they offer a deconstructive set up that encourages consumers to constantly switch up the design. The units are three dimensional featuring a hollowed centre for storing items such as CDs, books, magazines and knick-knacks on the wall and above ground. The front of the containers is a marbleized aesthetic in white, grey or black colorways. While the containers can be mounted to the wall, they are multifunctional and can also be used as small tables or stacked islands.