Oon by design house OKUM re-envisions the extension cord as a flexible row of wooden spheres and cubes.

We are usually content with using the typically white or black plastic extension cables in our homes or offices because there aren't a lot of alternatives available in the market. We are also used to seeing tangled cables on the floor and under desks.

Los Angeles-based industrial design brand OKUM hopes to change that by re-imagining the typical extension cord as a row of wooden spheres and cubes with multiple sockets.

The Oon is a multi-socket extension cable that is designed to not only be functional but also aesthetically pleasing. The power outlet consists of a row of wooden spheres and cubes made of Connecticut hard maple and zigzag cloth-covered cable that can stretch up to six feet.

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