Rubik’s Cube big brother – The Rubik Cube Locker



I think by now everybody is familiar with Rubik’s cube. It’s an interesting item that that you just can’t ignore. It’s like it almost forces you to play with it. And unless you know the combinations used to solve it or you’re either very lucky, after a while you just give up. But not for long.

Now, Rubik’s cube takes the next step and becomes a furniture piece. Of course, this is not actually a Rubik’s cube. It just borrowed the external features from it. You can try to scramble the pieces as much as you want, you’ll never succeed. And it’s already solves so… no fun. But at least you don’t have to worry about that part anymore.


The dimensions of this storage space are 100 x 100 x 100. One of the sides opens and allows you to store different things inside. Also, because each side is different, you can switch the colors to match the rest of the furniture or to change the atmosphere when you get bored. It might not be as popular as the original Rubik’s cube, but it’s a very interesting piece of furniture waiting for you to take it home.


Published by in Furniture, on March 22nd, 2011

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