Stylebox by Keiji Yoshizawa

Japanese architect Keiji Yoshizawa has designed “Stylebox”, which is inspired by traditional Japanese drawers “Hikidashi”. It is built from oak veneered plywood and has the drawer rails cut right into the drawer itself. A simple bent steel rod frame holds the drawers and includes a set of wheels and a handle so the entire thing can be moved easily. The top drawer features a lid that easily opens but remains hidden when closed, creating a useful surface.Size: H570 W950 D430Frame:Steel round bar 9φSize:W*D *H=400*400*820/ via: architecturephoto051.jpg012.jpg031.jpg081.jpg

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