I’m always intrigued by anything that achieves the perfect balance between form and function seemingly effortlessly. The “sutoa,” by Japanese architect Keiji Ashizawa, falls precisely into that category. The unit, made for european design agency Frama, has a minimalist structure comprised of only seven chestnut boxes and a steel frame.

I’m also impressed by how easily the elements break down for convenient transportation.

(via designboom)

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