Residents of non-urban geography are known for not having tasted the flavor of art, even from a distance. And fault is not from their end as the ritual is that art with a high standard makes an entry in the metros and capitals. Respecting this, fashion brand Hermes and architect Didier Fiuza Faustino have together made efforts to design an artcraft. Christened as the H Box, it is seen as a high-art mobile museum (a nomadic object) that takes inspiration from 1970s spacecrafts. The entertainment zone of the H Box allows its viewers to watch art movies, avant garde productions by chic and noir directors and producers such as Dora Garca, Su-Mei Tse, Judit Krtag, Yael Bartana, etc.

The mobility feature attached to this H Box enables its proud owner to carry it to any part of the globe. The designer targets Japan, as their next stop-over.

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