"When closed, this piece of furniture appears to be a simple pitched-roof building. The building opens to reveal a home office with a complexity of functions. The interior provides a chair and its own storage place, a sliding writing surface, pigeonholes for pencils and letters, shelves for supplies and pegs for hanging."Another great Bill Kratz spot.
Monday, April 14, 2008
New York-based Allan and Ellen Wexler have come up with so many shedworking structures that we're devoting an entire week to their marvellous work. To get the ball rolling, here is their Little Office Building 2, built of pine and enamel and measuring 6 x 3'4" x 3'4". Here's what they say about it:
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