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The surface of the Crinkle Rectangle holds a visual clue to what lies inside. Still stumped? The answer is right under your nose. That’s right, it cleverly conceals tissue with a stylish shape that embodies Essey’s principle of “symbolic functionalism.” Each product in the line (like this cube) harmonizes form with function to visually communicate its purpose.
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Fits most rectangle-shaped tissue boxes. Part of the collection of the New York Museum of Modern Art.
H 3.50” W 5.50” D 10”
In nature, shapes are defined by their function. Essey aims to apply that concept to design. Founder John Brauer’s philosophy is known as “symbolic functionalism”—the belief that an object’s form should represent its function. The Bin Bin crumpled wastebasket, winner of three international design awards, is a prime example of the success of this idea.