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The HoneyComb Cabinet

Made out of bamboo plywood, this cabinet emphasizes the use of negative space to play with how light travels through traditionally hidden areas. The use of bamboo plywood and flat packing design both make this cabinet more sustainable than one bought reconstructed. The inspiration was honeycomb patterns, which eventually simplified to simple angled shapes and cutouts. The cabinet is put together with male-female joints, embedded in the edges and sides, connecting everything together in order for it to be deconstructed and moved with ease and without damage. Meant to hold shoes, blankets, or other bulky items that you'd want staches somewhere easy to grab, the end result is a modern take on a traditional cabinet.

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