I feel I know it
Objects within one typology all look related, they all subscribe to the key characterstics of that group. Coffee mugs all look a bit like coffee mugs. F-Box looks like a box while it has some shifts and changes applied to it. They make it new, they give it the new options – they inspire. But we are still talking boxes at first glance. Second glance? The F-Box is actually a great bar stool too.
F-box is designed on a grid with systemic measurements that allow it to fit units together in many ways to create arrays and compositions. The plan is to use a high friction textured paint or finish on the surface to allow safe stacking without units sliding around.
The ideal material choices here would be plywood or MDF of 18 to 20 mm of thickness to create a structure that can take human weight, is rugged enough for dynamic use, feels stable and is still quite mobile. The corners are almost sharp in these models but a slight rounding at least to the very outer edges would complement the dynamic ad-hoc character of this piece.
Interplay of surfaces and volumes, interplay of light and shadow.