The BOX 75 began as a project to design a keyboard I would use personally.
The name, "Box", pays homage to a response from Japanese architect Tadao Ando. When asked what architecture is to him, he replied "Chohatsu suru hako," or "the box that provokes"; and the BOX 75 seeks to do just that: a black box measuring 20mm thickness lifted by a series of interlocking thin frames.
The frame as a structural expression that is part of the keyboard also supports the keyboard itself. My hope is that one looks at it and wonders how it comes together.