MoMA, Museum of Modern Art. In 1932, The Museum of Modern Art established the world’s first curatorial department devoted to architecture and design. MoMA has long recognized design’s important role in our culture alongside more traditional mediums like painting and sculpture.
A visually interesting way to store jewelry and keepsakes, these wooden Honeycomb Stacking Boxes are inspired by the natural geometry created by bees. Stack the compartments for a space-saving solution, or nest them against each other for a bold visual effect. Use them to store necklaces, earrings, rings, lockets, and more.
Each Honeycomb Stacking Jewelry Box measures 5.75l x 5.25w x 4.75″h (Inches). The set includes one large compartment and two small compartments.
Designer: Panisa Khunprasert. Materials: Rubberwood.