Fractal Furniture

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    whoa! that is cool. though I must say, I think I would find myself playing with the drawers and trying to make all sorts of patterns and what not with them
     
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    really cool

    bet its expensive


    nevermind i dont think its mass produced and probably isnt for sale
     
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    it's different...
     
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    wow thats cool. i didnt understand how it was supposed to be "fractal" until i saw it opened. very interesting.
     
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    interesting. The chairs didn't look very comfortable, though.
     
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    Workin' up a good pot of mad!
    Everything old is new again. It reminds me a bit of the constructivists with a touch of international school thrown in. Perfect for all of those mid century modern houses that people are trying to renovate.
     
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    I love it!

    I can only imagine how much fun the maker had trying to figure out which drawer to put in which hole once all the parts were assembled.
     
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    And i thought the furniture i bought that wasnt preassembled was a bitch to put together.
     
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    I guess that's one of my little quirks. I love stuff like that.

    When I got my Ikea set at 10 I wouldn't let my mother touch anything unless it was to lift something heavy. To me that thing looks like a monster Rubik's cube.

    Though I guarantee after I put stuff in the various drawers I'd never find any of it again.
     
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    Weird. I've been trying to explore fractal geometry in a number of different fields of design. Just for fun I've been designing/building a fractal bird-bath for my mom's birthday.
     
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