This shelving unit was made to look like a Chinese Tangram puzzle. The L’EDITO Tangram has asymmetrical pieces that have been arranged in a pleasing form. It was designed by the At-Once Studio.
The L’EDITO Tangram replicated a real Tangram board and includes three large drawers, three shelves and a central storage space. It’s inspired by Art Deco, but it can be placed in a bedroom or the living room. It’s definitely a unique way to store your things, but you won’t have to assemble the puzzle to use it.
Inspired by the styles of the 50s, the TANGRAM Sideboard, designed by the collective AT-ONCE for L’EDITO, comes bang up-to-date with the structural reorganization of its facade. These divisions offer new perspective for use and the freedom of combining the different finishes proposed by L’Edito. Made in France
The Tangram Chinese Puzzle Cabinet is available from L’EDITO for €3,290($4,421USD).