Posted on Apr 18, 2012 in Dose of Design , Products
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After one year of user research, design concept, material test, model modification, designer Jamy Yang has released work for Italian brand Natuzzi at the Milan International Furniture Fair. It is the first mass-produced item by an Italian brand and Mainland Chinese designer launched at the annual fair. This product is a multi-functional home system consisting of many 400mm x 400mm modular boxes. There is a built-in shape holder to increase the modular box’s anti-pressure ability. This shape holder can allow users to conveniently move every single box with one hand. Moreover, the single box can be used as tea table, bench or cabinet. They can be part of a book shelf, TV cabinet or semi-transparent screen.

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