Art Lebedev's Rozetkus 3D Socket Cuts Down On Wires

Art Lebedev's Rozetkus 3D Socket Cuts Down On Wires

Range Govindan
Nov 9, 2009

Art Lebedev's most recent project is a refresher on their Rozetkus power strip. What's really interesting is that it's more than just a socket. It can deploy an additional 4 sockets from its midst. Funky enough for you?

It's a given that any type of power strip will attract messy wires at some point.It's hard to keep things tidy, unless you are really vigilant and always make sure that your wires are hidden away. The Art Lebedev Studio, well known for it's funky designs, such as the LED Optimus keyboard and other neat industrial design items, has just launched a refresher of their Rozetkus power strip. It's actually something completely different. If only one socket is used, it looks pretty normal. It's got a nice blue socket, but you wouldn't notice it much. Once you need more sockets, all that you have to do is push a little button to deploy four additional sockets, one on each face. Sounds pretty awesome and the design is beautiful in its simplicity.

As for now, there is no word on when this design will be available, but we have no doubt that Artemy Lebedev's inbox is flooded with inquiries about this cool little unassuming socket.

[via Yanko Design, images via Art Lebedev]

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