Once in a while, a designed object hits all the right notes.
It is only as complicated as it needs to be in order to work. It performs its job with elegant efficiency. Its material is well suited to the application and the material’s properties are appropriately exploited. The object’s use is obvious to the user.
Its form and function resonate with one another, clear as a bell.
This one-piece Lucite soap dish (circa 1975, designer unknown) is such an object:
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