Push and store cabinet by Chung-Tang Ho

Chung-Tang Ho created a cabinet that changes shape during use, a solid volume that opens up when books are stored in it. The volume of the moved space becomes literally visible through the beams of wood sticking out. In this way the volume of the cabinet could be doubled.

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