The Cubrick wardrobe, to surprise visitors
We have been struck by this curious decorative wardrobe that mixes intelligent engineering and styling, the hallmark of its creators Yard Sale Project.
In the world of decoration, almost everything is invented. At least, from a practical point of view. That is why it is so difficult to find an original piece of furniture, like this Cubrick closet.
It has been designed by the firm Yard Sale Project, whose creations are more common in museums than in interior design stores. But this particular model, yes it is for sale.
The Cubrick closet It is surprising for its design and engineering, but also because behind the artistic work there is a practical vocation: save space and work. Take a look at the video to understand it:
As we can see, at first glance it looks like a fairly conventional wardrobe. Colorful for its striking red color, but sober.
It is when you open it that it leaves you with your mouth open. The Cubrick wardrobe is made up of 20 cubes that all rotate at the same time, showing shelves that can hold drinks, statues, vases, and other decorative objects.
It is an original, elegant piece of furniture with a design that borders on genius. But above all, it is very practical.
It can be displayed both open or closed. If it is closed it takes up less space and we prevent bottles or decorative elements from collecting dust. So we can keep it closed and open it up to show off, when there are visitors.
Its rotating base makes it very simple and comfortable to open, without any effort despite the large number of cubes that rotate inside.
The Cubrick wardrobe is the work of Yard Sale Project, a design firm created by designers Cairn Young and Ian Spencer. The former is in charge of the engineering work, and Spencer of the design.
Their ergonomic armchairs of solid materials where they use new materials in this type of furniture, from acrylic plastics to different combinations of woods.
His works have been exhibited in such important museums as the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, or the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington.