Over the years the stackable stool has evolved from an elementary-school utility to more thoughtfully designed art pieces. But in a new iteration, Tokyo-based designer Taiji Fujimori has applied both of those characteristics to his Myrtle chest, which, alone, functions as both a stool and a drawer. But when stacked together by carefully designed legs and sockets, it transforms into a dresser.
There’s something really adorable in the way these little guys appear to be precariously climbing on each other’s shoulders. And I like how there are spaces in-between for items you don’t necessarily want to hide away.