From New York-based Sebastian Errazuriz Studio, this functional sculpture is called Wave, a baltic birch cabinet that opens in a variety of beautifully fluid ways thanks to its 100 connected slices. Errazuriz explains:
“I am inviting people to look at one of the simplest forms of furniture design and to forget that we’re talking about furniture, instead to see it as a way of breaking a box. I love the idea of creating beautiful furniture; nevertheless I am much more interested in using the medium as an excuse to trigger people’s curiosity and create a connection with them.”
Here’s another one of his works: Explosion Cabinet.Watch more videos about kinetic sculptures and furniture, including this extravagant furniture with secret panels, doors, and drawers and this stool made from plastic debris found in the open sea.
Related fun: How to build your own Wave Machine physics demo.
via La Boite Verte.
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