DesignBoom's awesome Milan Design Week 2010 coverage, this temporary installation in a space designed by Belgian fashion house Maison Martin Margiela shows an inventive way of hanging art that really got us thinking. The frames look like they are hung by side hinges, rather than by a hook on the back of the frame. What has us excited is that hanging art this way would make it possible to do things like hang art over a bookcase and still easily get to books behind it; hang art in a corner; cover a thermostat or fuse box (and still easily use it); or even hide a flat-panel television. We would imagine for a heavy piece you'd need a heavy-duty hinge, and that it may take knowing where the studs are in a room to successfully pull off — but we still love this creative idea. What do you think?