Topic : Design Solution for Object Re-Arrangement [KEPT K(L)AP KLONG]
Name : Chaiyasit Tangprakit
Support : The inspiration of this project comes from the problem that many houses are very messy and need to be organized. A tidy room that is well managed, will look visually clean and seem like there is more space in the room. However, arranging things into places is a tough work and might not look good without an organizer. For example, plastic bags have various sizes and if you put them all together, you will have a hard time finding the right size. Therefore to solve the problem, I want to create boxes that house owner can manage several things into the right places to make the room tidy.
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