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Torafu Architects | ClopenThis shelf panel is constructed from elaborate aluminum parts, and at 34mm thick, it looks as if it’s made of natural wood. Attaching sliced veneer to a thin structure, we made space between two boards which can be opened using magnetic keys.

Torafu Architects | Clopen

© Yosuke Owashi

Torafu Architects | Clopen

© Yosuke Owashi

Torafu Architects | Clopen

© Yosuke Owashi

When pulled, a secret 23mm thick drawer appears, it is of minimal thickness to store your valuables such as stamps and passbooks. The impression of the shelf completely changes when its hidden aluminum space is revealed from within the sliced veneer surface.

DesignerTorafu Architects
Principle use: Shelf
Manufacturer: TANSEISHA Co, Ltd.
Material: Aluminium/Board of Japanese Ash/Magnet
Size: W900 x D150 x H34
Design period: 2012.04-06
Production period: 2012.06-07
Photo: Yosuke Owashi
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