By Andrew Liszewski
I’m a sucker for unique furniture, so it’s not surprising that Chung-Tang Ho’s Push and Store Cabinet caught my eye. With just a cursory glance it looks like a curvy retro chest of drawers, but in lieu of drawers, doors or even shelves, it’s filled with a grid of thin wooden shafts that are all free to slide against each other. So to store a given item all you need to do is push it into the grid.
The downside of course is that you won’t be able to sit the Push and Store Cabinet against a wall, or even have anything behind it since the wooden shafts that have been displaced need someplace to go. And it’s only available as a limited edition piece from Droog, which roughly translates to you probably can’t afford it.