Skeleton Box (Set Of 3)
by Mabel Low
A box primarily consists of four walls, a base, and a lid. However, when these are reduced to just a bare skeleton, can the box still be considered a box? More often than not, the walls of a box serve no greater purpose than to support its lid. Despite being stripped bare of these walls, the Skeleton Box maintains its integrity as a box and delivers its function. Almost like an optical illusion, the design challenges the archetype of the basic box.