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The creative usage of that very ubiquitous feature of most homes – the corner – is apparently on many designer’s minds. Tokyo-based Torafu architects’ latest work is Catch Bowl, a bowl-shaped shelf that divides into 2 parts to either wrap around, or fit snuggly in, corners. It can even be inverted and used like a bucket.

The only potential problem is that it relies on homes to be built properly built with 90° angles which, from my experience (at least in Brooklyn), is not always the case.

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source: dezeen | Torafu