Listen to Your Hands by Sanghyeok Lee

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Berlin based Korean designer Sanghyeok Lee‘s project “Listen to Your Hands” is a desk that examines how humans make relationships with inanimate objects in their home. The table shows that when we use our noggins, we can create strong connections between the furniture of our own surroundings. When one drawer is closed, it cause another one to open simultaneously as if they were in conversation with each other. Neat huh?

 

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