Aleph by Gyuyub Jo

Posted on January 19th, 2013 by

Aleph is a minimal design created by Korean-based designer Gyuyub Jo. Jo explains that Aleph is furniture for people who live alone or live in small spaces where they don't need many types of furniture. For them, old-fashioned furniture brings constraint of space and financial burden. Aleph shows maximum technological efficiency while taking up minimum space. The chosen boxes can be used as furniture with a different purpose, or can just be used for storage. (7)

Name: Aleph

Designer: Gyuyub Jo

Location: South Korea

Aleph is a minimal design created by Korean-based designer Gyuyub Jo. Jo explains that Aleph is furniture for people who live alone or live in small spaces where they don’t need many types of furniture. For them, old-fashioned furniture brings constraint of space and financial burden. Aleph shows maximum technological efficiency while taking up minimum space. The chosen boxes can be used as furniture with a different purpose, or can just be used for storage.

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