Is there nothing Kyuhyung Cho can’t do? He popped over in 2011 with his experimental take on typography; wowed us in 2012 with some simple, effective graphic design; and nigh-on reinvented not just the stool, but shelving as well.
What could he possibly have been up to now? Glad you asked. He’s back on shelves, but as well as that, he’s now looking to innovate in the coat hook department, with Wiggle. The colourful, fun little hangers look like bits of a Miro painting in 3D; while the Corners shelf designs are glorious, bold pops of colour. All in all, playful, simple and very, very covetable.
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