It may or may not be practical, but Sebastian Errazuriz's work re-thinks how storage furniture permits us access to their insides. Earlier we showed you his Samurai Cabinet, which brought a bit of ceremony to the act of retrieving clothing, and the visual surprise of the opening mechanism for his Explosion Cabinet, perhaps the most extreme in his line.
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Now the NYC-based artist/designer has done it again, with a form more subdued than the Samurai and Explosion but every bit as exciting. Check out his fanciful Wave credenza:
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For his part, the NYC-based Errazuriz doesn't care if it's practical or not; as the artist-designer-activist states, "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."
"I don't know where the line is between art and design," Errazuriz states in his bio. "It's important to me that a project consist of just a little twist, because I ultimately want people to see the obvious, the everyday differently."
Check out more of his transformative work here.