A cable holder that cable looks like wool of sheep.

I met an owner of a diecutting factory who had a wish that one day he wants to make diecut cushioning materials not as a supporting role, but as a leading role of product. To make his wish come true, I designed a daily use product by combing characteristics of cushioning materials and simple processing of diecutting.

CL:h concept/ Size: S:W60×H41mm×D12 L:W78×H53×D15mm / Photo: shuntaro (bird and insect ltd.) / 2014 /
2-4-6 Yahiro Sumida-ku Tokyo 131-0041 Japan
關 博旨/Hiroshi Seki
Born in Osaka in 1978. Studied abroad at Designskole in Copenhagen while studying at Kyoto Institute of Technology.
Completed graduate school of Kyoto Institute of Technology in 2004.
Established Seki Design Lab., after working at TOCLAS (formerly YAMAHA LIVINGTEC CORPORATION).
He have been worked as a designer and director of MUJI until 2021.
He does design to find out a new possibility of construction and function of things or peculiarity of materials, by having doubts about the common things, and taking cues from tools and commodity goods which are found in many countries.