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Always seeking a solution for displaying little collections in a stylish way, I was taken with these new boxes by Tecta. They are inspired by the art of Joseph Cornell, and create a striking environment to display your own random collected objects.
(Image credit: Apartment Therapy )

The Cornell Box was conceived of by British architect Alison Smithson back in 1988 and is finally in production by German based furniture company Tecta. Though they most likely sport a handsome price tag, I feel like there is inspiration to be drawn from these boxes and their cool asymmetrical form. They come in 3 different variations: a tabletop box and a single or double stand version. Whether it's vinyl figurines, exotic seashells or vintage matchbooks that have caught your fancy, perhaps a wall box like this will allow you to enjoy them even more!

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