French designer David L'Hôte seems to be just as fed up with wires as I am. Centfils (translating to something like 100 wires) is a series of design concepts that address the increasingly problematic proliferation of electrical wires. From left to right: Octave goes under the desk for all those computer peripherals, Odile on top of the desk for the mobile devices and Oscar in the kids room. Oscar even doubles as a night-light. Each design, essentially a highly functional power strip, also features a flat power cord with adjustable length.
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