An object of design

The jewelry box was designed from the Töjbox by Woud, as a tribute to it, and to solve a problem: necklaces were always getting intertwined with each other, rings getting all mixed up, bracelets knotted together and earrings going any which way, oblivious to the fact that they belonged to a set. So the purpose was to collect, sort and show.
The changes applied to the original design, that create this novelty prototype, are registered with the Chamber of Commerce, and the architect Francesca Melchiorre is its creator and owner.