Fractal Furniture by Takeshi Miyakawa

That's fractal 23, a chest of drawers by Japanese furniture designer Takeshi Miyakawa. I'm guessing from the name that it has 23 drawers (indeed, if you count them, it makes sense) but to make use of them all,
you'd have to put it in the center of the room!

Link - via Boing Boing

Not a fractal. We can excused its lack of infinite repetition, but - for it to be in the form of the fractal, each smaller smaller box should be embedded in the next largest box, in the same position!
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This is absolutely amazing....I love it....


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