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This simple, floating shelf ‘Clopen’ designed by japanese Torafu Architects seem to be made from a single piece of timber. But when opened using magnetic keys, a secret 23 mm thick drawer appears, to hide your valuables such as passbooks or stamps. The impression of the shelf completely changes when its hidden aluminum space is revealed from within the sliced veneer surface.

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    Yeah like books actually stay up like that.
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    Cool!
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    skeletales: This simple, floating shelf ‘Clopen’ designed by japanese Torafu Architects seem to be made from a single...
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    This is brilliant!
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