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Maple “Clackety-Clack” shelves by Kyoto-based <a href=”http://www.undo-design.com”> un-do Design</a> were inspired by the Japanese version of a Jacob’s Ladder toy. Yasutaka Kimura—who collaborated on the concept with partner Rui Matsuo—demonstrates.

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Originally appeared in Report from DesignTide Tokyo
on November 4, 2011
Maple “Clackety-Clack” shelves by Kyoto-based &lt;a href=”http://www.undo-design.com”&gt; un-do Design&lt;/a&gt; were inspired by the Japanese version of a Jacob’s Ladder toy. Yasutaka Kimura—who collaborated on the concept with partner Rui Matsuo—demonstrates.
Maple “Clackety-Clack” shelves by Kyoto-based un-do Design were inspired by the Japanese version of a Jacob’s Ladder toy. Yasutaka Kimura – who collaborated on the concept with partner Rui Matsuo – demonstrates.

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