colorful corners by kyuhyung cho vividly shelve your objects

 

 

 

the starting point of organization typically extends outwards from a corner — the perfect nook in which to align and stack your stuff. observing this behavior of ours, kyuhyung cho has designed an eponymous shelving system that uses color and size to help individuals systematically arrange and visualize their personal items in aesthetic order. made from folded sheet metal and sand-powder finished, three ‘corners’ (available in a slew of hues) comprise each storage system, allowing users to build-up their own color composition.

 

‘corners’ was presented at the 2015 stockholm furniture fair, within the greenhouse section — a popular program of the event where up-and-coming creatives and design schools from across the glow exhibit their prototypes to customers, future partners and producers.

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each shelving unit is comprised of three corners that can be adjusted to accommodate items

 

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a smaller cubic version of ‘corners’ suitable for little trinkets and magazines

 

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small ‘corners’ (W55 cm)

 

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large ‘corners’ (W75 cm)

 

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‘corners’ comes in a range of colors, offering interesting visual compostions

 

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put everything in the corner…

 

corners kyuhyung cho stockholm furniture fair designboom

 

corners kyuhyung cho stockholm furniture fair designboom
the project came out of our behaviour of typically organizing things in a corner

 

corners kyuhyung cho stockholm furniture fair designboom
the storage units offer a pop graphic to any interior

 

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‘corners’ on display at the 2015 stockholm furniture fair
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designer kyuhyung cho
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