Among our discoveries in yesterday's wanderings through Brooklyn: a small collection of exclusive furniture pieces commissioned by local design incubator/furniture mainstay The Future Perfect, which has been bringing the work of designers from Brooklyn and beyond into the light for the better part of a decade now.
The tiny exhibition, down in the basement beneath the PBR-grasping crowd in FP's courtyard, included this clever, historically rich piece by Joel Voisard, entitled simply Box Cart. Joel walks us through the (surprisingly functional) operation and construction of the cart in this video. Pay close attention to the hidden internal construction that allows the vintage boxes to be accessed from either side, and the extreme portability afforded by a wheelbarrow-based frame. Lovely stuff, if you've got the space.