Is that not a drawer?
The Norman reading discusses how many objects are designed with too few visual cues, causing said objects to be confusing to use. One of his examples was how some modern doors do not have any visual cues to tell the user which side of the door to push on. The image above illustrates an opposing situation. The ‘drawer’ has a handle & through experience and feedback most people have been trained to see that as an object that can be pulled open. However, when trying to pull this drawer open, the user receives feedback that the drawer does not slide. It is only then that the user comes to a realization that the handle is not attached to a drawer at all.