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  • XLBoom - Flow
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    XLBoom - Flow
    If you watch Flow closer, you will immediately see which legendary piece of furniture inspired the designers: The Ulmer Stool , by Max Bill from 1954. The design team Formfusion actualized the original piece for XLBoom and reinterpreted it with modern flair. The function of the XLBoom Flow remains as versatile as the one of the model: The unique piece is usable as stool, side table, bedside table or storage basket and mobile carrying aid for books and magazines. XLBoom produces the Flow of powder coated steel and with a massive wood bar. Both elements are connected with a small but fine detail: A decent rubber ring. The stable and insensitive production also makes the Flow robust enough to port and store firewood in it.
  • The Hansen Family - Tivoli Remix Sound Sideboard
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    The Hansen Family - Tivoli Remix Sound Sideboard
    The Hansen Family presents the Tivoli Remix Sound Sideboard – the piece of furniture, which will make you prick up your ears – especially for the sound systems of the legendary audio producer Tivoli Audio. The times when audio devices have been presented in or on exceptionally adapted furniture pieces have ended. The designer Gesa Hansen turns the time back and shows Audio furniture for small sound devices, such as Model One and Model Three by Tivoli Audio. The four outside compartments have perfectly been adapted to the size of the radio combo of Tivoli Audio. The backside of the Tivoli Remix Sideboard is opened in order to store cables behind it, keeping the space behind the sideboard organized. Additional compartments are the drawers, completely made of wood and MDF by the Hansen Family. The other open compartments are furthermore suitable for books, records and other decorative pieces.
  • Flötotto - ADD Shelving Tower
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    Flötotto - ADD Shelving Tower
    Free combinable: The Flötotto ADD system works like a construction kit. The shelving tower by Werner Aisslinger makes it possible to create all kinds of furniture. A&W-Designer of the year 2014 Werner Aisslinger gave some straight-lined and clear shapes to the chest of drawers, combining them with natural materials. This is the reason why the ADD shelving tower is the ideal partner in all kinds of furnishings, since timelessness is granted. Flötotto ADD: Flexible shelving tower by Werner Aisslinger The real impressing thing of the German made ADD system is behind the wood: Whether sideboard, lowboard, highboard, shelf, wardrobe or all the other storage furniture pieces – The Flötotto ADD system becomes whatever you need. Again and again, which even makes the intelligent pieces of furniture perfect pieces when it comes to move or if your taste changes. It all adapts to your wishes. A shelving tower mustn’t remain a shelving tower, but it can also become another piece of furniture with the Flötotto ADD system – completely flexible to be combined, including the walls and fronts. The connection of the ADD elements is nearly invisible with patented system knots, which connect the massive wooden battens until a stable shelf emerges. All possible shapes of furniture are possible this way: Sideboards, highboards and shelves. And since the knot is also easily opened, each ADD piece can be reduced or expanded because of the modular kind of construction. All the flat parts are easily and flexibly clipped with the newly developed pressure button technique. This is an absolutely contemporaneous concept, which adapts to the mobility and flexibility of today. More details: Raster sizes : Two standard raster widths are offered by ADD: 40 And 80 cm. There are many basic elements available for these widths, serving as solitary furniture pieces, or expanded with as much additional pieces. Basic and expansion elements are available in 40 or 80 cm width and in a total of 10 different heights. Wooden profile : Basic work material of ADD is massive, iced oak wood. The square profile enable a stably screwed frame because of the patented connection knots. All the surface parts are easily clipped in or out with a pressure button. Shelving boards : Shelving boards are made if 19mm MDF melamine coated or structure lacquered. Special ADD plastic pads are individually locked in the holes. Each pad has a thick spine and holds the board safely in its position. Fittings : Add is available in 8 colours. There are suitable fittings for nearly every colour offered by Flötotto in the standard editions. There are white knots for white boards and coloured knots for coloured boards. Corpus : All the corpus surfaces are equally sophisticated and made of MDF melamine coated or with fine structure lacquer. Function elements without handles : Add offers doors and drawers in different heights and widths. All the function elements are delivered without handles and have a push-to-open function. Cover plates : They are produced in maximal widths of 160 cm. If you are looking for wider solutions, the covering plates will be delivered in single 80 cm elements.
  • Flötotto - ADD Sideboard
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    Flötotto - ADD Sideboard
    Free combinable: The Flötotto ADD system works like a construction kit. The sideboard by Werner Aisslinger makes it possible to create all kinds of furniture. A&W-Designer of the year 2014 Werner Aisslinger gave some straight-lined and clear shapes to the chest of drawers, combining them with natural materials. This is the reason why the ADD sideboard is the ideal partner in all kinds of furnishings, since timelessness is granted. Flötotto ADD: Flexible sideboard by Werner Aisslinger The real impressing thing of the German made ADD system is behind the wood: Whether sideboard, lowboard, highboard, shelf, wardrobe or all the other storage furniture pieces – The Flötotto ADD system becomes whatever you need. Again and again, which even makes the intelligent pieces of furniture perfect pieces when it comes to move or if your taste changes. It all adapts to your wishes. A sideboard mustn’t remain a sideboard, but it can also become another piece of furniture with the Flötotto ADD system – completely flexible to be combined, including the walls and fronts. The connection of the ADD elements is nearly invisible with patented system knots, which connect the massive wooden battens until a stable shelf emerges. All possible shapes of furniture are possible this way: Sideboards, highboards and shelves. And since the knot is also easily opened, each ADD piece can be reduced or expanded because of the modular kind of construction. All the flat parts are easily and flexibly clipped with the newly developed pressure button technique. This is an absolutely contemporaneous concept, which adapts to the mobility and flexibility of today. More details: Raster sizes : Two standard raster widths are offered by ADD: 40 And 80 cm. There are many basic elements available for these widths, serving as solitary furniture pieces, or expanded with as much additional pieces. Basic and expansion elements are available in 40 or 80 cm width and in a total of 10 different heights. Wooden profile : Basic work material of ADD is massive, iced oak wood. The square profile enable a stably screwed frame because of the patented connection knots. All the surface parts are easily clipped in or out with a pressure button. Shelving boards : Shelving boards are made if 19mm MDF melamine coated or structure lacquered. Special ADD plastic pads are individually locked in the holes. Each pad has a thick spine and holds the board safely in its position. Fittings : Add is available in 8 colours. There are suitable fittings for nearly every colour offered by Flötotto in the standard editions. There are white knots for white boards and coloured knots for coloured boards. Corpus : All the corpus surfaces are equally sophisticated and made of MDF melamine coated or with fine structure lacquer. Function elements without handles : Add offers doors and drawers in different heights and widths. All the function elements are delivered without handles and have a push-to-open function. Cover plates : They are produced in maximal widths of 160 cm. If you are looking for wider solutions, the covering plates will be delivered in single 80 cm elements.
  • Flötotto - ADD Lowboard
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    Flötotto - ADD Lowboard
    Free combinable: The Flötotto ADD system works like a construction kit. The Lowboard by Werner Aisslinger realizes all kinds of furniture. A&W-Designer of the year 2014 Werner Aisslinger gave some straight-lined and clear shapes to the chest of drawers, combining them with natural materials. This is the reason why the ADD Lowboard is the ideal partner in all kinds of furnishings, since timelessness is granted. Flötotto ADD: Flexible Lowboard by Werner Aisslinger The real impressing thing of the German made ADD system is behind the wood: Whether sideboard, lowboard, highboard, shelf, wardrobe or all the other storage furniture pieces – The Flötotto ADD system becomes whatever you need. Again and again, which even makes the intelligent pieces of furniture perfect pieces when it comes to move or if your taste changes. It all adapts to your wishes. A lowboard mustn’t remain a lowboard, but it can also become another piece of furniture with the Flötotto ADD system – completely flexible to be combined, including the walls and fronts. The connection of the ADD elements is nearly invisible with patented system knots, which connect the massive wooden battens until a stable shelf emerges. All possible shapes of furniture are possible this way: Sideboards, highboards and shelves. And since the knot is also easily opened, each ADD piece can be reduced or expanded because of the modular kind of construction. All the flat parts are easily and flexibly clipped with the newly developed pressure button technique. This is an absolutely contemporaneous concept, which adapts to the mobility and flexibility of today. More details: Raster sizes : Two standard raster widths are offered by ADD: 40 And 80 cm. There are many basic elements available for these widths, serving as solitary furniture pieces, or expanded with as much additional pieces. Basic and expansion elements are available in 40 or 80 cm width and in a total of 10 different heights. Wooden profile : Basic work material of ADD is massive, iced oak wood. The square profile enable a stably screwed frame because of the patented connection knots. All the surface parts are easily clipped in or out with a pressure button. Shelving boards : Shelving boards are made if 19mm MDF melamine coated or structure lacquered. Special ADD plastic pads are individually locked in the holes. Each pad has a thick spine and holds the board safely in its position. Fittings : Add is available in 8 colours. There are suitable fittings for nearly every colour offered by Flötotto in the standard editions. There are white knots for white boards and coloured knots for coloured boards. Corpus : All the corpus surfaces are equally sophisticated and made of MDF melamine coated or with fine structure lacquer. Function elements without handles : Add offers doors and drawers in different heights and widths. All the function elements are delivered without handles and have a push-to-open function. Cover plates : They are produced in maximal widths of 160 cm. If you are looking for wider solutions, the covering plates will be delivered in single 80 cm elements.
  • Flötotto - ADD Highboard
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    Flötotto - ADD Highboard
    Free combinable: The Flötotto ADD system works like a construction kit. The highboard by Werner Aisslinger makes it possible to create all kinds of furniture. A&W-Designer of the year 2014 Werner Aisslinger gave some straight-lined and clear shapes to the chest of drawers, combining them with natural materials. This is the reason why the ADD highboard is the ideal partner in all kinds of furnishings, since timelessness is granted. Flötotto ADD: Flexible highboard by Werner Aisslinger The real impressing thing of the German made ADD system is behind the wood: Whether sideboard, lowboard, highboard, shelf, wardrobe or all the other storage furniture pieces – The Flötotto ADD system becomes whatever you need. Again and again, which even makes the intelligent pieces of furniture perfect pieces when it comes to move or if your taste changes. It all adapts to your wishes. A highboard mustn’t remain a highboard, but it can also become another piece of furniture with the Flötotto ADD system – completely flexible to be combined, including the walls and fronts. The connection of the ADD elements is nearly invisible with patented system knots, which connect the massive wooden battens until a stable shelf emerges. All possible shapes of furniture are possible this way: Sideboards, highboards and shelves. And since the knot is also easily opened, each ADD piece can be reduced or expanded because of the modular kind of construction. All the flat parts are easily and flexibly clipped with the newly developed pressure button technique. This is an absolutely contemporaneous concept, which adapts to the mobility and flexibility of today. More details: Raster sizes : Two standard raster widths are offered by ADD: 40 And 80 cm. There are many basic elements available for these widths, serving as solitary furniture pieces, or expanded with as much additional pieces. Basic and expansion elements are available in 40 or 80 cm width and in a total of 10 different heights. Wooden profile : Basic work material of ADD is massive, iced oak wood. The square profile enable a stably screwed frame because of the patented connection knots. All the surface parts are easily clipped in or out with a pressure button. Shelving boards : Shelving boards are made if 19mm MDF melamine coated or structure lacquered. Special ADD plastic pads are individually locked in the holes. Each pad has a thick spine and holds the board safely in its position. Fittings : Add is available in 8 colours. There are suitable fittings for nearly every colour offered by Flötotto in the standard editions. There are white knots for white boards and coloured knots for coloured boards. Corpus : All the corpus surfaces are equally sophisticated and made of MDF melamine coated or with fine structure lacquer. Function elements without handles : Add offers doors and drawers in different heights and widths. All the function elements are delivered without handles and have a push-to-open function. Cover plates : They are produced in maximal widths of 160 cm. If you are looking for wider solutions, the covering plates will be delivered in single 80 cm elements.
  • Konstantin Slawinski - El Shelving System
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    Konstantin Slawinski - El Shelving System
    A multifunctional piece of furniture, where guests ask themselves: Table? Wallboard? Bookstand? The Konstantin Slawinski El is whatever you make with it. A little bit of fantasy is enough. El is the construction kit for trays, side tables and all that emerges of unusual basic forms and different colours. But the El Shelving System by Konstantin Slawinski also looks gorgeous alone – as practical tray on the ground, in wardrobes or on the desk. The El multifunctional piece of furniture was designed by Knut Völzke. Konstantin Slawinski produces El in Germany, out of powder coated steel.
  • Kartell - Bookworm
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    Kartell - Bookworm
    Thanks to the creative inspiration of an artist combined with technical perfection of a famous company. They gave us this book shelf which was produced industrial, and can rightfully be considered as the most revolutionary book shelf of all times. Bookworm, the bendable book shelf by Kartell. An exhaustion of the possibilities of the flow-press technology allowed to create a flexuous book shelf, which takes the wishes shaped without losing defensibility and functionality. There are no barriers for design possibilities and you can life out your creativity how you want it. Bookworm is available in three different lengths and is delivered with several bookends. This special bendable shelf is combines flexibility with capacitance and can hold 10 kg on every element without any problems. It is advisable to fix the boards in curves at the wall, so as to create material tension and improve its resistance.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Beam
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Beam
    Beam is a hanging wardrobe, which is more stable than most of the other pieces of its kind. The wall hooks from Hay also resist heavy clothes. The Beam hanging wardrobe from Hay is made of powder coated aluminium, which was completed with hooks of ash wood. The straight-lined design by Big-Game is contemporaneous and modern, while the function was focussed: The Hooks of Hay’s Beam are movable on the aluminium rail, since a coat might need more space than a weightless summer jacket. This flexibility emphasizes the elegance of the Hay Beam functionally. There are more colours of the modern wardrobe available on demand.
  • Pulpo - Company Pulpo - Passerelle 100 Shelf
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    Pulpo - Company Pulpo - Passerelle 100 Shelf
    Passerelle 100 Shelf is a clear and simple designed shelf by Pulpo whose glass shelves seem to hover above all things. The shelf board inherited its name by the Venetian pedestrian bridges. For the configuration of the Pulpo Passerelle 100 Shelf, the designer Sebastian Herkner was geared to glass profiles like one can find in many cases in architecture nowadays. The shapes made of glass are fitted in a simple and straight-lined metal frame, so that the clear impression remains in every context. Pulpo manufactures the Passerelle 100 Shelf of powder-coated steel and hand-seamed profiled glass K 25. The Passerelle Shelf by Pulpo is available as Passerelle 100 (length 100 cm) and Passerelle 160 (length 160 cm).
  • Müller Möbelwerkstätten - Plane Container
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    Müller Möbelwerkstätten - Plane Container
    The Plane Container from Müller Möbelwerkstätten was designed by Felix Stark and it convinces with its harmonic shaping. The fronts of the container consist of 18 mm thick birch multiplex with white melamine resin coating, the edges are oiled and natural. The combination of weightless, swung shapes and the oiled, soft edges of the Finnish birch plywood make the Plane Container by Müller Möbelwerkstätten naturally war. The curved shapes, visible edges and the monochromatic surfaces contrast each other attractively. The balanced and spacious shape is also responsible for the container’s name. The roll container offers additional storage room for the Plane Secretary and the Plane Wardrobe. The Plane Container has castors and it has a deposit tray on the top, a spacious drawer with self-closing mechanism and one board to be positioned individually. The stylish Roll Container of the Müller Möbelwerkstätten is available opened or with an additional door.
  • WeDoWood We do wood - Scoreboard Wardrobe
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    WeDoWood We do wood - Scoreboard Wardrobe
    The We do wood Scoreboard is a graphically appealing wardrobe with a lot of possibilities for individual decorations. The Scoreboard by We do wood interacts by uncountable possibilities with the user ant it offers enough liberty for individuality. The bamboo board with black edges is delivered including twelve pins: The white, pink, dark red, green, light blue and dark blue sticks in different lengths ensure that no We do wood Scoreboard wardrobe looks like another. The pins are for example usable to tag hangers for every family member or to tag single clothing pieces. We do wood concentrates on sustainability: The Danish company manufactures the Scoreboard out of bamboo, since the natural material is resistant and stable and furthermore re-growing and it absorbs more CO2 than Nordic woods.
  • emform - Urban Wardrobe
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    emform - Urban Wardrobe
    This wardrobe is gorgeous: The Urban wardrobe from emform offers a new storage possibility for bicycles. For those of you living in a big city: You don’t want your bicycle to remain on the street at night, but at home there is no place for it? Steffen Schellenberger searched for a solution together with emform and created the Urban wardrobe. Bicycles are easily hanged in this wardrobe, so that they don’t stand on the floor, soiling it and using your space. Another specialty: Bicycles look great and different hanging at the walls. Of course the Urban wardrobe by emform (made by Müller Möbelwerkstätten before) can do a lot more: It also holds umbrellas, coins, purses, scarves, jackets and all kinds of other objects. The tray has a felt ground and three magnets are included in the delivery, in order to fix notices at the Urban wardrobe. Emform produces the wardrobe out of metal, felt and wood.
  • Wogg 52 Storage System
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    Wogg 52 Storage System
    The Storage System Wogg 52 bribes through the radically simple shape and the apparent as well as real weightlessness. Wogg 52 consists of three single furniture pieces that can be turned, stacked and combined desirably – the possibilities are practically unlimited. A simple system with magnets cuts the connection on a refined way. At the reduced design from Cristophe Marchand and Wogg, there are no up and down, no front and back. Wogg 52 convinces through the clear lines and its weightlessness. The construction consists of 5.6 millimetres thin connecting panels and translucent back walls that were assembled extremely precise. Whether in the bedroom, children’s room, in the corridor or office, as room divider, single furniture piece or as whole wall – Wogg 52 is a piece of furniture which will accompany you during your whole life.
  • Droog Design - Inside out Bedside Table
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    Droog Design - Inside out Bedside Table
    A wardrobe with the special turn: The Inside Out bedside table from Droog Design turns its inside to the outside. And the superficialities are charmingly hidden this way. Droog took the big Gerrit Rietveld as model for the Inside Out bedside table: The openly viewed construction of the abstract table will delight. And the outside, turned to the inside, will store all kinds of utensils. Droog Design produces the Kuniko Maeda made Inside Out bedside table out of beech wood and steel. The consequent turn naturally shows all the screws and plastic joints.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wrong for Hay Wooden Shelf
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wrong for Hay Wooden Shelf
    The Wooden Shelf of the Wrong for Hay Collection by the Danish manufacturer Hay appears straight-lined and clear. The simple design is charming and it has more advantages than you might think. The specialty of the Hay Wooden Shelf is the clever construction: The complete shelving system is easy to be mounted, since the designer Lucien Gumy designed the Wooden Shelf completely without any screws. The single pieces are easily plugged, offering more flexibility to the shelf. The assembly without any tools isn’t the only easy thing: Different board sizes and tubes are also mixed becoming shelves in different sizes. The design, which Lucien Gumy named “L’étagère en bois” on the Cologne furniture fair in 2013, won the junior prize of the fair, the [D3] Contest. Hay produces the Wooden Shelf of massive, matt painted oak wood in different pre-configured sizes. The shelf’s depth is always 38,3 cm. The shelf’s height is available in 177,6 or 213,5 cm and the length varies between 120, 184,2 and 376,8 cm.
  • Menu Design Menu - Stick System, white / white
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    Menu Design Menu - Stick System, white / white
    With its slim and straight design, the Stick System by Menu is a modular shelving system that stands out from the crowd of various shelving systems and sideboards. The Czech design duo Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus made sure that the Stick System is the optimal solution for various different requirements: It can be extended and also adapted to different environments. The manifold possibilities highlight that Stick is always the perfect answer for a pragmatic interior solution of modern living. Last but not least, the Menu Stick System convinces by means of its aesthetics: Different colours and an astonishing attention to details feature the shelving system. The combination of wooden structure and the shelves made out of stainless steel is ultra-modern and makes sure that its charisma remains not only straight but also soft. The Menu Stick Sytem is also available in grey and schwarz.
  • Menu Design Menu - Stick System, black / dark ash
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    Menu Design Menu - Stick System, black / dark ash
    With its slim and straight design, the Stick System by Menu is a modular shelving system that stands out from the crowd of various shelving systems and sideboards. The Czech design duo Jan Plechac & Henry Wielgus made sure that the Stick System is the optimal solution for various different requirements: It can be extended and also adapted to different environments. The manifold possibilities highlight that Stick is always the perfect answer for a pragmatic interior solution of modern living. Last but not least, the Menu Stick System convinces by means of its aesthetics: Different colours and an astonishing attention to details feature the shelving system. The combination of wooden structure and the shelves made out of stainless steel is ultra-modern and makes sure that its charisma remains not only straight but also soft. The Menu Stick Sytem is also available in grey and weiß.
  • Skagerak - DO Shelf
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    Skagerak - DO Shelf
    “DO” is the abbreviation for the Danish words “del og organiser”, which means “divide and organize” in English. And that describes the functions of the DO shelf very well, since it also perfectly serves as room divider. The versatile DO shelf is also stylish unfilled. The open form without any walls make DO suitable to place it in the middle of the room instead of corners with the 4 and 6 compartments. The Skagerak shelf is usable from all sides, making the room attractive. The versatile shelf was designed by Rikke Frost. Skagerak produces the shelf of untreated oak wood, whereby the shelf’s boards have an additional melamine coating. This makes a slight colours contrast and makes the shelf timeless and easy to care. The wood of FSC-certified stocks was forested sustainably – something natural for Skagerak. The Skagerak DO is also available as lower sideboard version with two compartments.
  • Skagerak - DO Sideboard
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    Skagerak - DO Sideboard
    “Do” is the abbreviation of the Danish word “del og organiser”, which means “divide and organize” in English. And it describes the functions of the DO shelf very well, since it can also be used as room divider. The versatile DO shelf is also stylish without content, since it never acts unwanted. The open form makes the DO shelf with 2 compartments wonderfully suitable to place the shelf in the middle of a room instead of its corners. The versatile shelf by Rikke Frost is as well used as open sideboard. Skagerak produces the DO shelf of untreated oak wood, whereby the shelf’s boards are additionally coated with a melamine layer. This makes slight colour contrasts and the shelf will therefore be timeless and easy to care. The wood comes from sustainable, FSC-certified foresting, as well as all the Skagerak products. The Skagerak DO is also available as shelf with 4 compartments or with 6 compartments.
  • OK Design - Babushka Boxes Bookshelf
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    OK Design - Babushka Boxes Bookshelf
    Dynamic, flexible and modular: The Babushka Boxes by OK Design perfectly fit into each other, as the name reveals. That’s how they create individual shelving landscapes. The Babushka Boxes set includes eleven single pieces, which are usable for different purposes. The different sizes of the flexible wall rack by OK Design make it possible to use the shelf for the most different objects, combinable and adjustable again and again. The Babushka Boxes are stored space saving, since they perfectly fit into each other. OK Design produces the Babushka Boxes of MDF, ensuring robustness and longevity.
  • Casamania - Toshi Sideboard
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    Casamania - Toshi Sideboard
    The clear designed Toshi sideboard by Casamania bribes with clear shapes. The designer Luca Nichetto was inspired by Japanese architecture. “Toshi” is the Japanese word for “city”. The sideboards by Casamania remind us of diverse buildings in the metropolis Tokyo. The fresh and essential lines include the geometrical design of the basic forms of the doors of the Casamania Toshi sideboard. Each size and form of the Toshi has an own, characteristical pattern, which makes every module unique. The reference of the Japanese architecture is obvious in this chest of drawers: Toshi is a micro city, which convinces with basic geometrical shapes, selected proportions and tonal colours. Besides on podium bases, Luca Nichetto’s sideboards are also available on high metal feet, similar to pillar entrances of buildings. The Casamania Toshi collection also includes further sideboards as well as three smaller containers with doors or drawers, which fulfil the sideboards perfectly.
  • Muuto - Reflect Sideboard
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    Muuto - Reflect Sideboard
    The Reflect Sideboard was designed by Søren Rose for Muuto. The unique look is the product of the circumstances under which it was designed: The designer Søren Rose was inspired by the invasion of Scandinavian light. The wood, from which the front of the Reflect Sideboard is made off, possesses different depths and curves. The edges from the single cupboards are arched to the front imitating the shadow fall and the reflection of the light on top of the wood. The reflect sideboard from Muuto is made out of oak wood. The back wall is veneered. This makes it possible for the sideboard to stand firmly and serve as a flat room separator, without a negative visual appearance from the back side. Reflect furthermore possesses a cable feed through in its base.
  • Muuto - Reflect Chest of Drawers
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    Muuto - Reflect Chest of Drawers
    The Reflect chest of drawers was designed by Søren Rosefor Muuto. The unique appearance comes from the circumstances it emerged in: Rose was inspired by the falling of the Scandinavian light. The wood the "Reflect" chest of drawers is made from has different depths and curves. The edges of the single drawers are curved to the front and imitate the shadows and the name-giving reflections of the light on the wood. The Reflect commode by Muuto is made of oak wood. The back-wall is veneered. That’s why the sideboard is also able to stand alone, serving as side table, without its back being annoying or disturbing.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Woody Sideboard
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Woody Sideboard
    The Woody Sideboard from Hay is the smaller brother from the Woody shelves. It possesses the same design and the same qualities like the shelf, but in sideboard dimensions. Woody is the modern interpretation inspired by a traditional ladder. Without obvious front and back side it is suitable as free standing furnishing element as well as standing at a wall. Also it follows the idea not to create a shelf that looks too dominant combined with the sideboard so that there is enough room for the objects that are placed in the shelf. Woody decidedly wears the spirit of modern times in it. It renounces unnecessary knick-knacks and the details of the construction are not hidden. The sideboard does completely consist of oak wood, wooden bars, steel and screws. The treated oak offers a Scandinavian expression to the shelf that is renewed and contrasted by the shelf inserts. This is how a beautiful connection between tradition and modern time, from simplicity, modernity and playful feelings emerges. Typical for the Danish design company Hay and its exclusive collection – because the fact that the contemporaneous Scandinavian designers can revitalize the tradition from the fifties and sixties is part of the conviction of Rolf Hay, who could enter the market with his company, fast establishing it, in the year 2003.
  • Magis Design Magis - Plus Unit Sideboard
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    Magis Design Magis - Plus Unit Sideboard
    The Plus Unit by Magis is a modular drawers system, which adapts to the demands of the user. Many combination possibilities make the sideboard individual. All the single elements of the Magis Plus Unit are combinable. It doesn’t matter is besides each other or on top of each other – the Plus Unit creates space where it is needed. That’s the reason why the versatile drawers are equally suitable for the office, public rooms of private homes. The Plus Unit modules, designed by Werner Aisslinger were honoured with the Red Dot Award as well as with the Compasso d’Oro because of their usage purpose. Magis produces the Plus Unit system out of robust ABS. The connecting elements out of aluminium have a special plug mechanism out of Teflon, so that combining occurs in an instant. The shape of the connecting elements of the Plus Unit also symbolizes the modular combinability of the storage system. A modular version on castors is also available beside the sideboard of the Magis Plus Unit. Both editions are also available in red and white and can be expanded as desired. We will gladly help you when it comes to comply your personal Magis Plus Unit.
  • Tojo - Dreh Shelf
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    Tojo - Dreh Shelf
    Find the right turn: The shelf walls are individually installed in the Tojo Dreh (germ. “Turn”). That’s how a customized shelf emerges. The Tojo Dreh shelf consists of two construction parts – the shelving boards out of powder coated steel, as well as the walls out of massive wood. When the shelf is being built, the walls are placed in the desired position and turned in the profiles of the boards. There are magnets in the bases of the wooden parts of the shelf, so that they offer safe stand to the shelf without the need of fixing the single pieces. The Swiss studio eigenwert is responsible for the design. Tojo produces the shelf out of powder coated steel and massive oak wood. The single walls have a size of 35 cm so that all kinds of books fit in the completed shelf.
  • String - Shelving System, birch wood
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    String - Shelving System, birch wood
    Combine. Vary. Add. Change the colour. Changing the walls. String can be varied and completed - always matching with your demands. Everything will find its place, starting with books up to the hi-fi system or the computer. A design-classic by designer Nisse Strinning. The combination of single elements is very easy compared to other shelving systems: The basis are the laterally, ladder-like bars and the single lower shelves. And the shelf can be enlarged with other parts, such as a news paper holder, a cabinet with sliding doors or a working plate, through which the shelf becomes a desk. The floor elements are available in the versions birch nature, walnut nature and oak nature, and also as MDF black or white laquered. The side elements made of steel are available in white, black or grey. The String wall shelf is available with a deepth of 20cm and 30cm. "Wall- and floor ladders" are available for the last editions, which have a strong foot. The plates are available in both depths and also in two different lengths. A maximal weight of 20 kg should last on the 78cm long lower shelves to avoid bending. The matching cabinet with drawers and a magazine stand are also available. We can deliver the wall- and floor ladders in a warm grey colour.
  • Swedese - Libri Shelf
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    Swedese - Libri Shelf
    The Libri shelf by the designer Michael Bihain offers practical storage room and uncountable possibilities of mounting it. Libri emerged with five boards in an inclined exterior construction. This is how Libri is leaned at walls with its shelves still straight. With this principle, Libri breaks the usual look of a bookshelf, since it isn’t massive or common regarding its appearance. Libri thereby unifies apparent elegance with practical utility. The usage possibilities of Libri are practically unlimited: Libri can be used as single shelf or fill a hole wall together with further shelves. Two shelves can moreover be mounted back to back – holding each other finding a place in the middle of a room, e. G. As room divider. Libri has adjustable feet, making it possible to change the height of the shelf according to individual demands.
  • String - Shelving System, walnut
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    String - Shelving System, walnut
    Combine. Vary. Add. Changing the colour. Changing the walls. String can be varied and completed - always matching with your demands. Everything will find its place, starting with books up to the hi-fi system or the computer. A design-classic by designer Nisse Strinning. The combination of single elements is very easy compared to other shelving systems: The basis are the laterally, ladder-like bars and the single lower shelves. And the shelf can be enlargened with other parts, such as a news paper holder, a cabinet with sliding doors or a working plate, through which the shelf becomes a desk. The floor elements are available in the editions birch nature, walnut nature and oak nature, and also as black or white laquered MDF. The side elements made of steel are available in white, black or grey. The String wall shelf is available with a depth of 20cm and 30cm. "Wall- and floor ladders" are available for the last versions, which have a strong foot. The plates are available in both depths and also in two different lengths. A maximal weight of 20 kg should last on the 78cm long lower shelves to avoid bending. Note that you can also use the black wall- and floor ladders with the String shelf in oak. A matching cabinet with sliding doors, a cabinet with drawers, a magazine stand and a working plate are available in 78x58 cm. The floor ladder in a set of 2 can also be delivered. The wall- and floow ladders can also be delivered in a warm grey colour.
  • Muuto - Mini Stacked Shelving System - ash wood
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    Muuto - Mini Stacked Shelving System - ash wood
    Pragmatism and personality: The Muuto shelving system Mini Stacked controls both categories. It absorbs a lot, without letting things submerge in between the mass. According to the designer Julien De Smed, while developing Stacket, it was the aim to create a generalist and also specific shelving system. The problem is hidden behind that: Common shelves are perfectly designed to suit their future content (e. G. Folders) or also suitable for “everything and nothing” at the same time. With Muuto Stacked however, it is you deciding – this liberty has no limits. The Stacked Mini shelving system thereby enlarges the already nearby infinite combination possibilities of the classic Muuto Stacked. This is how it is possible for you to combine your shelving system completely according to your individual demands: Everything is possible, nothing a must. Just that is what makes the Muuto Stacked that unmistakable, unique and versatile.
  • Skagerak - Georg Wardrobe
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    Skagerak - Georg Wardrobe
    Christina Liljenberg Halstrøm designed the Georg wardrobe for Skagerak. The daughter of a Danish and a Swedish clearly represents her Scandinavian influences: Noble minimalism and the natural materials wood, wool and leather decide the design of the Skagerak Georg collection. The Skagerak Georg wardrobe is reduced to the essential: One wardrobe tube lies on two wall brackets. This means that it isn’t only the design of Georg, which is practical, since the natural and minimalistic wall wardrobe fits in nearly every furnishing style, and not only in entrances but also in bedrooms. Skagerak produces the Georg collection out of FSC-certified oak wood, which comes from verified sustainable foresting.
  • Roomsafari - Spike Shelving System
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    Roomsafari - Spike Shelving System
    The Spike shelving system by the Berlin furniture manufacturer Roomsafari works without tools or other helping items. Spike is a modular shelving system: According to your wishes you can assembly the single parts individually as well as expand it with further elements later on. For the Spike shelving system there are three different sized shelf boards available. Furthermore the single shelf boards can be assembled in many desired distances. Therefore only three different “connectors” are necessary. The Spike shelving system can be assembled without tools or helping items. This is possible since the “connectors” at the ends are pointed so that they can easily be pushed into the therefore prepared holes in the shelves’ floors. Because of this simple system it is possible to change Spike’s place fast, to assemble and disassemble it or expand it. This makes Spike a long lasting companion because the shelf adapts to all conditions and demands. The shelving boards from Spike are also available in a walnut veneer edition for all three sizes.
  • Radius Design - City Wardrobe
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    Radius Design - City Wardrobe
    The City Wardrobe from Radius Design is the daily confession to your favorite metropolis, whether it is in front of your door or far away! Precisely lasered arrangements of landmarks and architectural buildings create world near flairs in the corridor. Responsible for the design of the City Wardrobe are Michael Rösing and the Radius Team. Every wardrobe possesses 19 fix hooks for the suspension of coats, scarves, hats and other clothes. The City Wardrobes are also available with further skylines auch as Frankfurt, Hamburg Donau, Munich or Stuttgart.
  • B-Line und Joe Colombo B-Line - Spinny
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    B-Line und Joe Colombo B-Line - Spinny
    The roomy drawers piece of furniture Spinny was created in the Studio Joe Colombo. Founded by Joe Colombo (1930 – 1971) and led by Ignazia Favata today, the studio is specialized in industrial design and interior design. Spinny has five swivel castors on the bottom which are made of varnished steel. The drawers in three different heights (6, 9 und 12 cm) are made of ABS-plastics. Similar to the system of Joe Colombo’s trolley, the drawers can turn 180 degrees around a tube in the bottom's middle. To stop the spinning of the drawers, they can easily be hooked in the aluminium structure of the trolley. Now, Spinny is not flexible anymore. Furthermore, Spinny is also available in a fixed version which is mounted on the wall.
  • Frost - Unu wardrobe with hooks and rail
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    Frost - Unu wardrobe with hooks and rail
    Unu is hard to outbid regarding clearness: The wall wardrobe by Frost consists of a slim aluminium profile with right angle, with a rail for clothes hangers fixed at it. The reduced design of the Unu wardrobe is especially suitable for modern homes. The 4 mm slim, powder coated basic profile is in an exciting contrast with the polished, voluminous tube. The decent clothes hooks at the Frost Unu wardrobe complement the modern appearance while the wall fixing isn’t viewable when it is mounted. The three lengths of the Frost Unu suit in nearly every furnishing and they are freely combinable if desired in order to create an individual wardrobe, which offers endless possibilities of usage. We will gladly advise you for individual configurations of your UNU-System by Frost.
  • String - Shelving System, walnut
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    String - Shelving System, walnut
    Combine. Vary. Add. Changing the colour. Changing the walls. String can be varied and completed - always matching with your demands. Everything will find its place, starting with books up to the hi-fi system or the computer. A design-classic by designer Nisse Strinning. The combination of single elements is very easy compared to other shelving systems: The basis are the laterally, ladder-like bars and the single lower shelves. And the shelf can be enlargened with other parts, such as a news paper holder, a cabinet with sliding doors or a working plate, through which the shelf becomes a desk. The floor elements are available in the editions birch nature, walnut nature and oak nature, and also as black or white laquered MDF. The side elements made of steel are available in white, black or grey. The String wall shelf is available with a depth of 20cm and 30cm. "Wall- and floor ladders" are available for the last versions, which have a strong foot. The plates are available in both depths and also in two different lengths. A maximal weight of 20 kg should last on the 78cm long lower shelves to avoid bending. Note that you can also use the black wall- and floor ladders with the String shelf in oak. A matching cabinet with sliding doors, a cabinet with drawers, a magazine stand and a working plate are available in 78x58 cm. The floor ladder in a set of 2 can also be delivered. The wall- and floow ladders can also be delivered in a warm grey colour.
  • String - Shelving System, black
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    String - Shelving System, black
    Combine. Vary. Add. Changing the colour. Changing the walls. String can be varied and completed - always matching with your demands. Everything will finds its place, starting with books up to the hi-fi system or the computer. A design-classic by designer Nisse Strinning. The combination of single elements is very easy compared to other shelf systems: The basis is are the laterally, ladder-like bars and the single lower shelves. And the shelf can be enlargened with other parts, like a news paper holder, a cabinet with sliding doors or a working plate, through which the shelf becomes a desk. The floor elements are available in the versions birch nature, walnut nature and oak nature, and also as MDF black or white laquered. The side elements made of steel are available in white, black or grey. The String wall shelf is available with a deepth of 20cm and 30cm. For the last version are "wall- and floor ladders" available, which have a strong foot. The plates are available in both depths and also in two different lengths. To avoid bending, a maximal weight of 20 kg should last on the 78cm longe lower shelves. A matching cabinet with sliding doors, a cabinet with drawers, a magazine stand and a working plate are available in 78x58 cm. The floor ladders in a set of 2 can also be delivered. The wall- and floor ladders can also be delivered in warm grey. If you have questions about the String shelving system, don't hesitate to contact us. We will help you with the individual combination of your shelf!
  • Phos - Arched Wardrobe
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    Phos - Arched Wardrobe
    In many cases a simple idea is also the best one. The curved wall mounted wardrobe from Phos is appealing and simple with its half circle. The soft lines snuggle to the wall and thereby look elegant and stylish. The form moreover offers enough space for numerous clothe hangers so that several jackets, coats and other clothes find their place at the wall wardrobe. Arranged beside each other the hangers support the bent form so that the design has an equal effect when the wardrobe is fully loaded. The arched wardrobe is made out of massive stainless steel and hand-grounded. This procedure makes it a high quality product that convinces with a simple and elegant design as well as with its practical advantages. The arched wall wardrobe is also available in a length of 120 cm.
  • Magis Design Magis - Steelwood Shelving System
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    Magis Design Magis - Steelwood Shelving System
    The Steelwood family by Magis is a reaction to the meanwhile wide spread trend of producing furniture out of plastic. Magis has also produced many plastic products in its manufacturing history, but in this case, the designers wanted the further development of something different and new. The French designers and brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec developed the Steelwood family as the name reveals, out of metal and wood. Together both materials for an exceptional combination since wood and metal contrast each other, but still being a perfect fulfill. Magis produces the successful Steelwood family since 2008; this one was enlarged by a shelving system in 2009. The principle of the shelving system is based on modularity. Each module consists of pillars and diagonal rods out of massive beech (natural or colour lacquered), connection joints out of epoxide lacquered steel panel as well as bases out of MDF. The construction box principle enables numerous variants. A single module possesses 2 deposits and can furthermore be used as single side table or as night table. A presentable sideboard can for example be constructed out of 3 boards over each other and 3 modules besides each other. Magis delivers the most different pre-manufactured sizes up to complete shelving walls with 6 deposit boards over each other and 6 besides each other (H 210 cm, L 358 cm). The shelf is always delivered unassembled.
  • Haseform - Book Tower Stand
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    Haseform - Book Tower Stand
    The stand from Haseform allows installing the Book Tower without the necessity of a wall. Suitable to the Book Tower, the stand is available in white and anthracite. It offers firm hold to the normal Book Tower as well as to the XL. Numerous Books fin their place in the Haseform Book Tower. The frame of the tower disappears between the stored books which remain visible as a huge book tower. The thin clipboards of the Book Tower enable an easy removing of every single book. The Book Tower can stand freely in a room, not depending on a wall with the stand: As shelf or decoration object.
  • L&Z - Ed Mobile File Cabinet
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    L&Z - Ed Mobile File Cabinet
    Ed is a mobile file cabinet which is manufactured of one single piece of steel plate by the company L&Z. The drawer consist of ash wood which can be delivered either in light grey or dark grey. The open shape of the Ed Mobile File Cabinet does not give any instructions for an explicit use, moreover it offers many different possibilities for utilisation: Ed is suitable as a mobile repository for mobile equipment like notebooks or tablets, as a side table or even as a spontaneous seating-accommodation for visitors in the office. This way, the Ed Mobile File Cabinet by L&Z gives adequate answers according to new conditions of living and working. Ed is a real plus as well as a prizewinning multifunctional furniture: In 2013 the founder of the company L&Z Daniel Lorch received the design award of the Federal Republic of Germany for its genius furniture piece. Ed is a multi-purpose tool for living in a new era, rooms like home-office, spaces and housing groups. The proportion of Ed Mobile File Container are based on the common standard sizes for offices. All its parts are manufactured in Germany and, concerning its durability, undergo numerous checks, stress tests and comprehensive inspections.
  • Haseform Book Tower
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    Haseform Book Tower
    Once attached to the wall, this unique bookshelf will disappear – hidden by the books you store in it. Your books might look as if they have been simply piled up high, but you can easily take each one out of the tower thanks to its slender shelves. The titles of the books can be easily read, as they are lying, not standing. The Haseform Book Tower is adapted to small books. This design saves space and adds function as you can fix the shelving system to any narrow strip of wall – e.g. Between door and corner of the room. The Book Tower resists up to 12 Kg of weight on each shelf. The material strength of the shelf is of 4 mm, and the boards' strength is about 2 mm.
  • String - Shelving System, walnut
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    String - Shelving System, walnut
    Combine. Vary. Add. Changing the colour. Changing the walls. String can be varied and completed - always matching with your demands. Everything will find its place, starting with books up to the hi-fi system or the computer. A design-classic by designer Nisse Strinning. The combination of single elements is very easy compared to other shelving systems: The basis are the laterally, ladder-like bars and the single lower shelves. And the shelf can be enlargened with other parts, such as a news paper holder, a cabinet with sliding doors or a working plate, through which the shelf becomes a desk. The floor elements are available in the editions birch nature, walnut nature and oak nature, and also as black or white laquered MDF. The side elements made of steel are available in white, black or grey. The String wall shelf is available with a depth of 20cm and 30cm. "Wall- and floor ladders" are available for the last versions, which have a strong foot. The plates are available in both depths and also in two different lengths. A maximal weight of 20 kg should last on the 78cm long lower shelves to avoid bending. Note that you can also use the black wall- and floor ladders with the String shelf in oak. A matching cabinet with sliding doors, a cabinet with drawers, a magazine stand and a working plate are available in 78x58 cm. The floor ladder in a set of 2 can also be delivered. The wall- and floow ladders can also be delivered in a warm grey colour.
  • Flötotto - Shelving System 355
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    Flötotto - Shelving System 355
    The shelving system 355 by Flötotto is different! All the established shelving systems on the market so far, are based on 2 different construction principles: Most of the shelving systems have continuous side walls with inserted flat boards. These systems aren’t really flexible and the existing solutions are hard to change. The second variant is a nodes system. Boards are held by special node elements. Despite of the flexibility, such systems are related to high planning and mounting efforts. On the contrary, the shelving system 355 is based on the newish idea of network structures. Endless individual furniture configurations are realizable with only 2 board formats that are unified horizontally as well as vertically. Moreover, existing solutions can be expanded or changed with the Flötotto shelving system 355 with only a little effort. Plan your individual shelf with the planning program (German website). The program displays exactly the amount of needed boards and desired accessories. All the shelving board packages 355 by Flötotto include 4 bases with height adjustable feet.
  • Umbra - Sticks Wardrobe
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    Umbra - Sticks Wardrobe
    Sticks by Umbra is a wardrobe to be hanged at the wall, which is only recognizable on the second sight. The sculptural shape of the David Quan made hooks rail rather reminds us of an artwork than of a wardrobe. The shape of Umbra’s Sticks reveals its usage as guests’ wardrobe. When it isn’t used it looks like a modern decoration object. Five hooks are clapped out from the surface and closed again if desired. Umbra produces the David Quan made Sticks wardrobe out of plastic.
  • Lessing - Drawer board
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    Lessing - Drawer board
    The drawer, which doesn’t hide its content: The Lessing drawer board has a gap in the back, suitable to hide sockets for example. And since the socket already is behind the board, it might also hold your electric devices, such as mobile phones, MP3 players and all the other invisible things decently in the drawer. Lessing’s hanging cupboard for daily use fits in the bedroom, the living room, the corridor or the rest of your home. Lessing Produktgestaltung produces the drawer board completely in Germany out of powder coated steel and plywood.
  • Müller Möbelfabrikation - RW 109 Sideboard
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    Müller Möbelfabrikation - RW 109 Sideboard
    On its way on an own line: The Müller Möbel RW 109 sideboard with a clapping door is a home companion and design object to be used everywhere, Functional, stable, with an own character and numerous design variants. The sideboard is also suitable to store, deposit and present the things you need near you in the office. The flowing, clear shaping is harmonic and it is seamlessly inserted in modern interiors. The RW 109 sideboard with folding door acts like a room refreshment alone as well as combined. It is equipped with a big clapping door. The partition wall in the middle, which runs through the whole Müller Möbel sideboard, spares the furniture piece in two compartments. Practical: In the back wall there is a cables gap along the whole length of the lower compartment, so that it is possible to place a lot of technique inside of it. There is also an edition of the RW 109 available without castors but with runners. Müller Möbel paints the RW 109 sideboard in all the possible RAL colours on demand, as well as in different tones inside and outside.
  • Müller Möbelfabrikation - RW 108 Sideboard
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    Müller Möbelfabrikation - RW 108 Sideboard
    The sideboard RW 108 by Müller Möbel is versatile, since it has castors. Functional, stable, with a very own character and numerous design variants. A big clap door makes it easily accessible; while soft-stoppers enable that the door is closed softly. On the back of the Müller Möbel RW 108 there is a continuous cables slot to store electric devices in. The technique package is simply placed somewhere else because of the castors, e.g. Being useful for presentations of in the office everyday life. Another edition of the RW 108 without castors is also available, with aluminium runners. Müller Möbel paints the RW 108 sideboard in all the possible RAL colours on demand, as well as in different tones inside and outside. We will gladly advise you for your personal configuration!
  • Jonas & Jonas Jonas Jonas - Tri modular self
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    Jonas & Jonas Jonas Jonas - Tri modular self
    Clearly with bend: The Jonas & Jonas Tri modular shelf catches the eye with its clear visual appearance and the certain indefinable something. Through simple sticking together the single Tri-modules, a solid, tridimensional and individual shelf is formed. Planning heights and widths of the Jonas & Jonas Tri is almost infinite. Tri can be used on walls or even as a room partition. The quadratic structure at the backside of the shelf is an architectural design feature. Jonas & Jonas produces the Tri modular shelf out of 16 mm MDF.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Kabino Sideboard
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    Normann Copenhagen - Kabino Sideboard
    Kabino aís a sensual, versatile sideboard with exclusive appearance, designed by Simon Legald. One of both sliding doors has holes while the frame of ash wood of the sideboard offers the soft and warm appearance to it. Kabino is suitable for most of the furnishing styles. The designs by Simon Legald are often characterized by clever details. The designer especially concentrated on the doors when he deisgned Kabino, in order to change the otherwise monochromic surface with dynamism. This is for example proven by the handles, which have knowingly been integrated in the doors. Simon Legald says: ”I like to work in the cross field between craftsmanship and industry. When you buy a modern sideboard it is often designed with pure craftsmanship or total industry in mind. With Kabino I have explored manufacturing methods and various combinations of material in order for Kabino to have a little of both.” Kabino is available with white and grey doors and it is suitable as sideboard in the living room, dining room, corridor or bedroom. Kabino is also suitable as TV-table because of the cable holes and the perforated steel plates, which enable the usage of a remote control even when the doors are closed.
  • WeDoWood We do wood - SJ Bookcase Set
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    WeDoWood We do wood - SJ Bookcase Set
    Uncountable formations and colour combinations, from rigorous up to asymmetric expressions – the We do wood SJ Bookcase set re-interprets the traditional bookshelf. The four differently sized modules are independently fixed at the wooden rack and the formation is changeable whenever you want to. Individuality is guaranteed and boringness excluded. The We do wood SJ Bookcase set of course isn’t only suitable for books, but also for decoration articles, plants or all the other things the user might think about – what fills it can also be varied individually as well as the SJ bookshelf itself. We do wood focusses on respecting nature: The Danish company manufactures the SJ Bookcase set of bamboo. The weightless wood doesn’t only regrow fast, is stable and longevity, but it also absorbs much more CO2 than Nordic wood.
  • Frost - Unu Shelving System, H250
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    Frost - Unu Shelving System, H250
    Unu is hard to surpass in clearness: The shelving system by Frost consists of a slim aluminium profile with right angle, which is available in different dimensions. The reduced design of the Unu shelvingsystem is seamless integrated in modern homes. The 4mm slim, powder coated basic profile remains decently in the background, while the clear shape is an unmistakable statement for good style. The wall holders are not viewable when they are mounted, which complets the appearance of the Frost Unu. The different heights and widths of the Frost Unu suit in nearly every home and are freely combinable if desired, in order to create an individual shelves landscape, which offers endless possibilities to use and complete the impression. A wardrobe system also belongs to the Unu series by Frost. The whole modular system can be mixed and combined as desired, since the Unu shelf and the Unu wardrobe are mountable on the same wall fixings. We will gladly advise you for individual configurations of your UNU-System by Frost.
  • Discipline - Tilt Ladder
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    Discipline - Tilt Ladder
    Fantasy and the practical use are connected to an irresistible unity in the Tilt ladder: The design object by Discipline is usable in an unusual way. The designer duo SmithMatthias thought about a utility objects with a different function than it had before, inspired by such an everyday object as a ladder. This was the approach for both designers to create Tilt. The Discipline produced ladder isn’t only a ladder, but also a shelf, a rack, a wardrobe or simply a decoration object as well as a useful piece of furniture. The stone-oak made Tilt ladder is expandable with additional accessories in order to transform it into a multifunctional piece of furniture. Since the Tilt ladder is robust and weightless, it is also adaptable to different purposes according to the event it is used in – whether in the bathroom, in the corridor, in the kitchen, in the office or in the living room.
  • roberope - Rope Wardrobe
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    roberope - Rope Wardrobe
    Roberope – As wardrobe, or something different. A rope beats hooks. An own clothes system is created with the rope wardrobe “roberope”. It isn't a wall or stand wardrobe, roberope comes from above: A free-hanging rope beats several hooks as if naturally – direct suspension possibilities for jackets, skirts etcetera. For those of you that wont renounce hangers, those are also safely kept by the pendant wardrobe. Whether prominently in the room’s middle, or at the edge, single or in a group, whether knotted at a timber, at tubes or the own how – roberope suits self-confidently in the most different surroundings with its rare but minimalistic design. The high quality weatherproof materials even allow using the wardrobe outside. But it is also space saving and an attractive trick wardrobe in small rooms. The distinctive movement of an opening hook however, isn't a superficial pose: The special geometry of the hook ensures a fixed place when it is used; they easily change their place with two movements in only an instant if necessary. On the other side, they ensure a continuous priority axis of the suspended rope. A tilting of the hooks is therewith impossible physically, even if there are heavy loads. This means that everything will remain at its place with roberope. Roberope is suspended at up to 3.5 high ceilings with its four meters of length. If the hooks are moved to the lower rope ends, even 4.5 meters ceilings are perfectly suitable. The surface material consists of a robust braiding of polyester wool. It possesses a pleasantly handy, cotton-like touch. Both rope ends have brass coatings, cleanly sealed. The standard colours white, blue, beige, black and red are the colours to be chosen. Roberope is delivered neatly fold in a handy cardboard box. Inside of this one, there is also a “first-aid-mounting-set” if needed, with ring-screw and dowel. Where to fix the roberope is completely up to you.
  • Opinion Ciatti - Ptolomeo X4 Books-Carousel
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    Opinion Ciatti - Ptolomeo X4 Books-Carousel
    The Ptolomeo caroussel bookshelves by Opinion Ciatti offer a completely new way of storing books: The free book towers make wall shelves unnecessary and enable the storage of 240- with the PTX4-A110 carousel book tower, and 140 books with the PTX4-B110 carousel book tower in the smallest room. The Ptolomeo bookshelves are not only practicable – they simultaneously act as exciting and swinging design objects in your living or working room. The whole towers are rotatable by 360° and thereby enable a relaxing and simple search after the right reading. Books are stored in a horizontal position in the PTX4-A110 carousel bookshelf, using the available space optimally. As an alternative it is also possible to store 680 CDs in it. Books are stored vertically in the PTX4-B110 carousel bookshelf, offering space for 140 books. The bookshelves are distributed by Opinion Ciatti. The shelves are made out of plate or stainless steel, so that there are different editions offered; Get the Ptolomeo X4-bookshelf in a white lacquered version or with black boards combined with a polished stainless steel base.
  • Opinion Ciatti - Original Ptolomeo Wall-Bookshelf
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    Opinion Ciatti - Original Ptolomeo Wall-Bookshelf
    The original Ptolomeo wall-bookshelf by Opinion Ciatti enables a book-storage on slim wall areas and therewith in places where common wall shelves have no space. The decently shaped shelf hides behind the sorted books and places your literature collection in the centre of attention. The design of the Ptolomeo wall-bookshelf by Bruno Rainaldi suits the most different interior furnishings and offers an attractive as well as exciting storage possibility. Depending on the height, 35 to 90 books have space in the reservedly designed shelf. The bookshelf from Opinion Ciatti was honoured with the “ADI Compasso d’Oro” in the year 2004. Opinion Ciatti manufactures the Ptolomeo bookshelf out of metal in a white and a black edition, as well as in three different heights. Accessories to the original Ptolomeo are also available!
  • Baleri Italia - Obo - module shelving system
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    Baleri Italia - Obo - module shelving system
    Every day a different shelf... Obo consists of multi functional module containers made from glossy plastic of the Italian manufacturer Baleri Italia (once Cerruti Baleri). The designer Jeff Miller created with Obo a module shelving system with simple shapes with many ways to arrange or combine. A single module as a side table, a few modules symmetrically or asymmetrically arranged into a sideboard, shelf or a complete room divider - with the innovative design of Obo, there are a great many ways to stack and build. The connection between the modules bases on a special fixture, which is part of every module or can also be ordered separately. Additionally mounting hardware kits are available: Wall mounting kit with cable (1 m) or ceiling mounting kit with cable (2 m). Obo is available in seven modern colours: White, orange, bordeaux-red, lime, wisteria, light grey and black. More details: Material: Plastic. Dimensions: H 40 cm x W 40 cm x D 30 cm.
  • Normann Copenhagen - One Step Up Shelf (low)
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    Normann Copenhagen - One Step Up Shelf (low)
    One Step Up is a shelf by Normann Copenhagen, whose simple and straight design summarizing form, material and function to a unity. One Step Up creates room and storage possibilities, but it can also be used as uncomplicated room divider. The designer Francis Cayouette has been inspired by a ladder for One Step Up and he created a flexible piece of furniture which is easy to move and ideally adapted to be used as storage possibility for the most different things. Cayouette used the characteristic forms of ladders and included the movability of an object into his creation. Detais such as the hardware of the shelf are apparently included in the design of the One Step Up, offering authenticity to it. The connection of natural ash wood and functional metal boards create dynamism. The high quality materials are connected to a completed form. The designer Francis Cayouette explains: “Multi-functionality is an important topic for me. I wanted to create a flexibly usable shelf which would be movable without burdensome disassembly, even creating new rooms in the house and in offices. The idea of including the form of a classic ladder which is easy to fold and move seemed logical to me. The result was a shelf with viewable mounting hardware and a wooden frame, similar to a ladder bit with the quality and composition of an exceptional piece of furniture.” Besides the low One Step Up by Normann Copenhagen, there is also a larger edition: One Step Up (high). Both of them are also wonderfully combinable.
  • Skagerak - Cutter Wardrobe
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    Skagerak - Cutter Wardrobe
    The stylish Cutter range set out to challenge the nostalgic and romantic design that had typified wooden garden furniture for many years. The designer Niels Hvass therefore focused his design on clean, simple lines, and this has resulted in an honest and elegant design. The range started with the beautiful Cutter Bench and has since been developed into a complete range. As previously mentioned, Cutter was originally intended for the garden, but the beautiful simplicity of the range has shown itself to be ideal for hallways, bathrooms and kitchens. In fact any room you would care to mention. The furniture in the range has various applications, and its function can be altered as needs change. Despite its light appearance, Cutter Wardrobe can hold considerable amounts of clothing. The Cutter Wardrobe is an all-in-one solution with hat shelf, hanger stand and hooks.
  • Wogg 25 shelf tower
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    Wogg 25 shelf tower
    What makes the Wogg shelving so impressive is not just its radical simplicity of form, but also its visual and material lightness. The structure consists of thin sandwich panels and translucent rear walls, which are fitted together with extreme precision. The shelf tower is 202 cm high and is available in the cross-sections 15 x 15 cm, 26 x 26 cm and 34 x 34 cm. It is available in black, white and aluminum. The slender element (15 x 15 cm) can be wall-mounted with special fittings, either vertically or horizontally. The shelf towers are ideal for storing CDs, DVDs, collectables, files, books, clothes, etc. The shelf towers work very well both individually or as an ensemble, particularly when free-standing as room dividers. Wogg 25 is 202 cm high in every variant. Upon request it is also available in the horizontal dimensions 26x26 cm and as a DVD shelf in the respective dimensions 15x30 cm. Each variant is also available in white, black and aluminum.
  • Danese Milano - H&H shelf
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    Danese Milano - H&H shelf
    The free-standing H&H shelf by Danese Milano provides space for numerous objects that are not only to be stored but also to be presented. The shelf that has been designed by Paolo Rizzatto, gets smaller from bottom to top. This increases rigidity and also offers the opportunity to arrange the objects in a good-looking way and to bring them into some sort of hierarchy. Due to the decent optics the H&H shelf can be free-standing and also serve as a room-divider. H&H does not require a wall to lean on and it also does not have a pre-defined front and back. The arrangement and design of the shelf is completely up to you. The book shelf H&H by Danese Milano is also available in the colours brown and red.
  • Radius Design - Booksbaum II Shelf
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    Radius Design - Booksbaum II Shelf
    The Booksbaum by Radius Design is the special book shelf. Present your books appealingly and delighting – normal bookshelves usually lose at this point. Booksbaum – the book shelf by Radius Design. Your books seem to float on air as if kept by an invisible hand. By the invisible, thin boards, the illusion becomes perfect, since they disappear under the content. Also the practical usage is great: The titles are also better and fast readable by the horizontal assortment of the books. The Booksbaum by Radius Design is available in many sizes: Besides two heights (170cm and 90cm) it is also available in a one-line (Booksbaum I) or two-line (Booksbaum II) edition. Thanks to its different colours (black, white, silver), the Radius Booksbaum can be adapted to nearby every surrounding. Besides the Booksbaum, the Radius design company also presents a CD-Tree that also shelters CDs elegantly.
  • Kartell - Small Ghost Buster
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    Kartell - Small Ghost Buster
    The Small Ghost Buster is the first bedside table by Kartell. Thanks to the manufacturing out of one single piece of synthetic material, and the fresh colours, the piece of furniture has an extremely modern appearance. Small Ghost Buster is a small square cube, which is supported by four symmetrical feet. As its large counterpart, the Ghost Buster chest of drawers, also the bedside table plays with the apparently opposition of classic forms and striking, modern material. With it proving that both of these characteristics are perfectly harmonically together. Philippe Starck created a simple product with the Small Ghost Buster, which is very adaptable thanks to its geometry and clearness, and this also means that it doesn’t only serve as bedside table – the designer’s piece can also wonderfully be used as small chest of drawers or shelf. The Kartell Small Ghost Buster is also available in further colours.
  • Muuto - Mini Stacked Shelving System - white
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    Muuto - Mini Stacked Shelving System - white
    Pragmatism and personality: The Muuto shelving system Mini Stacked controls both categories. It absorbs a lot, without letting things submerge in the mass. According to the designer Julien De Smed it was the aim when developing Stacked, to create a generalist and also specific shelving system. The problem is hidden behind that: Common shelves are perfectly designed to suit their future content (e. G. Folders) or also suitable for “everything and nothing” at the same time. With Muuto Stacked however, it is you deciding – this liberty has no limits. The Stacked Mini shelving system thereby enlarges the already nearby infinite combination possibilities of the classic Muuto Stacked. This is how it is possible for you to combine your shelving system completely according to your individual demands: Everything possible, nothing obligated. Just that is what makes the Muuto Stacked that unmistakable, unique and versatile.
  • Schönbuch - Sticks Wardrobe
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    Schönbuch - Sticks Wardrobe
    Sticks is a wardrobe by the designer Michael Schwebius and Schönbuch. Each wardrobe consists of 6 massive 5-edges cut, wooden rails. There is a notch at the upper sides to hang clothes or hangers at. Schönbuch manufactures the wardrobe Sticks in the workshops of the Dominikus-Ringeisen factory in the Maria Bildhausen monastery, occupying handicapped people as traditionally. Complete furniture pieces as well as furniture components for different Schönbuch programs emerge there. Sticks are completely made out of wood. Schönbuch offers the wardrobe in different wooden editions.
  • spectrum - Paperback Shelving System
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    spectrum - Paperback Shelving System
    Paperback is a 2009 from Studio Parade developed wall shelf. The Paperback shelf from the Netherlands company Spectrum still convinces because it only needs little space; however, it offers a remarkable appearance. The thin boards create a unique lines-game. Filled with books, CDs and smaller accessories, Paperback becomes a graph and a game of colours at the wall. Paperback is modularly constructed and consists of a fixed wall panel in the format of 60 x 120 cm with 13 horizontal slots per set. The wall panel is mounted with 4 screws. Every wall board offers space for the 13 whole core panels (L 120 x D 12 cm / 4 mm strength), that are inserted in the slots. From the 13 boards, 3 pieces have a widening (D 20 cm) for larger books, magazines or other things. Moreover, since 2011 a small version from Paperback with the dimensions of 60 x 60 cm is offered. As well as the larher shelf, this one possesses 13 boards, whereas only 2 boards are thicker. The 60 x 60 cm version is only available in a set of 2 pieces. Paperback can be used as a small, large or even wall filling format according to your demands. As a standard, Paperback is delivered in a white colour. Also available in anthracite.
  • Authentics - Kubus Shelving System
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    Authentics - Kubus Shelving System
    The noble shelf out of highly resistant MDF has especially thin, filigree base and lateral boards. It can be mounted alone or with further shelving elements, combining towers, large shelf walls, shelf-steps and sideboards. The elegant squares are stiffened in the middle by a back wall and they can be adjusted horizontally or vertically. That is how differently sized shelf compartments and heights emerge offering a lot of space for books, CDs and other things. The Kubus shelving system from the design team Hertel & Klarhoefer is an exceptional, individual and functional shelving system that adapts to the changing demands of the user. It is delivered completely assembled and is available in two editions: One black coloured, medium density wood-fiber-board (MDF) with white melamine coating and oiled borders or in white lacquered MDF. A floor panel is optionally available for the assembly as shelf or sideboard. The floor panel out of black MDF is firmly screwed with the Kubus shelf. It offers a floating appearance to the shelf. The four legs out of ABS plastic compensate floor-unevenness from up to 2 centimetres. A wall fixing element for wall mountings is also available on demand. This consists of a metal rail with three metal hooks and is designed for the horizontally mounting of the Kubus shelf.
  • Mox - CD Pool CD-Storage
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    Mox - CD Pool CD-Storage
    As the name reveals, this product out of the Pool collection by André Zingg has especially been designed for CDs. Eight boards can house about 300 CDs. The distance of the boards was chosen to also store DVDs. One of the most beautiful shelves for your music and video collections. It can be enlarged with more connection boards, just like all the Pool shelves. The products of the Pool collection were the first furniture pieces that Mox lanced to the marked. Not at last because the timeless and simple elegance they count to classics today. The CD shelf out of the Pool series consists of chromed steel tubes (clear or brushed) with level-feet at the tubes’ ends. The boards out of steel panel are powder coated and available in black, structured white, dark red and fango.
  • Normann Copenhagen Norman Copenhagen - One Step Up Shelf (high)
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    Normann Copenhagen Norman Copenhagen - One Step Up Shelf (high)
    One Step Up is a shelf from Normann Copenhagen whose simple and straight-lined design summarizes form, material and function to one unity. One Step Up creates room and storage possibilities, but it can also easily be used as a room divider. The designer Francis Cayouette was inspired by a ladder for One Step Up and created a flexible furnishing item that is ideally suitable for the storage of different things and can be easily moved. Cayouette has used the characteristic form of a ladder and inserted the mobility of the object in his design. Details like the fittings of the shelf are emphasized in the One Step Up shelf design offering authenticity. The connection of natural ash wood and functional metal deposits creates dynamism. The high quality materials are connected to a united, completed form. The designer Francis Cayouette explains: ”Multifunctionality is an important theme for me. I wanted to create a flexibly usable shelf that can be mover without annoying disassembling procedures creating new rooms at home or in offices like that. The idea of creating the form of a classic ladder that can be easily folded and moved seemed logical to me. The result was a shelf with visual fittings and wooden frames that looked like a ladder but possessed the quality and condition that characterizes outstanding furniture.” Besides the high One Step Up by Normann Copenhagen, there is also a low edition: One Step Up (low). Both of them are also wonderfully combinable.
  • Schönbuch - Line Wardrobe
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    Schönbuch - Line Wardrobe
    Simple, slim and colourful. Line embodies the reduction to the essential. The minimalist wall mounted wardrobe Line convinces through its functionality as well as with the superior appearance. The wardrobe element covers three bag hooks in its middle part where shoes, gabs, scarves, hats or sacks find a place. At the head-end Line possesses a clap hook that stands up to 26.5 centimetres away from the wardrobe rod. Although here Line becomes flexible: The inclining angle can be adjusted with an adjusting screw at its back. This is how the wardrobe can directly record jackets, but also (when the clap hooks stand right-angled to the wardrobe rod) be hanged with clothes hangers and indirectly enlarge its capacity. Whether alone or in a group besides each other – Line stores your clothes stylish and safe. Heel welcome – is the motto from Schönbuch, the design oriented furniture brand from Bavaria. Creative, functional solutions and furnishing concepts for the hall are the core competence of the company and Line is the best example for that, the keyboard is perfectly played with Schönbuch. The wall mounted wardrobe is also available in numerous further colours.
  • Established & Sons - WrongWoods Bedside Table
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    Established & Sons - WrongWoods Bedside Table
    The products family „WrongWoods“ is the result of the cooperation of the artist Richard Woods with the designer Sebastain Wrong. Established & Sons distributer the furniture pieces by the creative duo – among them also the WrongWoods Bedside Table. Richard Woods is famous for his striking prints. He re-interprets everyday patterns, whereby he especially focuses on abstraction. The wooden pattern which is displayed on the night table is one of his most famous and characteristic works. The construction of the night table is oriented by 1950s furniture pieces that served the designer Sebastian Wring as inspiration source. Hereby he concentrates on practicability and simplicity. Such a traditional shaping meets modern, exciting patterns for the night table WrongWoods, ensuring contrasts and making it so appealing at the same time. The night table is made out of plywood, the pattern is printed.
  • ClassiCon - Nymph Castle Wardrobe
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    ClassiCon - Nymph Castle Wardrobe
    It is a sign of the highest culture, when everyday utility objects become aesthetic eye catchers. Otto Blümel’s wardrobe “Nymph Castle” is an archetype classic of its species, since one can imagine it in a Paris bistro, as well as in an Irish pub. A design classic, that lasts over passing time, since Nymph Castle already has 100 years. The classic edition out of nickel-plated brass decently suits nearby every furnishing. The new edition of the Nymph Castle in black nickel-plated, especially also perfect in every modern ambience.
  • Hans Hansen - Library Modules Shelf HP
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    Hans Hansen - Library Modules Shelf HP
    Shelves stand for tidiness, clearness, structure. One keeps collections, books, office documents and memories in it for the private museum. In comparison to a wardrobe, the shelf does display what is in it all the time. The modular shelf library by Hans Hansen in a timeless minimalist design consists of the sustainable, inside and outside adapted, high-tech-material HPL. It presents the most different inserts in a simple and elegant surrounding and it is accessible from both sides. The modular library shelf from Hans Hansen has been honored with the Red Dot Design Award for its apparent and functional qualities. Furthermore it has also been named “new classic” by the magazine “Schöner Wohnen”. The modules shelf library is available in several sizes which can be combined with each other according to your wishes. The suitable base frames and boards are moreover available with feet.
  • Supergrau - Starbuck Sideboard
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    Supergrau - Starbuck Sideboard
    Strong contrasts! Starbuck is a patchwork-product with the most different styles. Noble gold-appearance meets edged plywood at the Supergrau sideboard – what a mixture! It is the material combination which makes the Starbuck sideboard something special. The lacquered MDF boards at the front create graphic effects with their different colour-tones, but this is not its highlight: While the feet are made out of gold-plated steel, the corpus consists of rustic plywood – more contrasts aren’t possible. Starbuck by Supergrau suits in a fresh, casual and lifestyle-oriented surrounding with this mixture. A piece of wildness didn’t harm anyone until now.
  • Established & Sons - WrongWoods Sideboard
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    Established & Sons - WrongWoods Sideboard
    Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong cooperated for the WrongWoods-series which is produced by Established & Sons, creating pieces of furniture that couldn’t be more unique. WrongWoods was vitalized in 2007, the products were re-launched in 2009. The WrongWoods Sideboard wears the creative stamp of both artists: The construction of the Sideboard is, completely in the sense of Sebastian Wrong, simple and users oriented. The form leans on furniture pieces of the 1950s, which have been reinterpreted by Wrong. Modernity is also displayed with the abstract wood printing by Richard Woods. The wooden pattern is characteristic for Woods’ artistic creation and offers the unmistakable appearance to the WrongWoods Sideboard. Established & Sons manufactures Sideboards out of plywood, being printed with different coloured patterns.
  • Opinion Ciatti - Original Ptolomeo Bookshelf
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    Opinion Ciatti - Original Ptolomeo Bookshelf
    The original Ptolomeo stand bookshelf by Opinion Ciatti can do what common bookshelves cannot: It sorts your literature vertically and nearby invisibly in the smallest rooms. The free-standing bookshelf from the Ptolomeo series is nearby invisible behind books, and it is inserted in every surrounding seamlessly because of its minimalist design – in your working room, living room, corridor, etc. Because of the vertical sorting, the book-titles can be read without any problems and the book will be found fast. The Original Ptolomeo bookshelf offers new perspectives to your books collection and it is furthermore available in different editions. Suiting the interior furnishing, you can choose between a white or a black edition as well as polished stainless steel. Moreover the Original Ptolomeo is available in three different sizes. For the trend-setting design of Bruno Rainaldi, the Ptolomeo has been honored with the “ADI Compasso d’Oro” in the year 2004. Further editions and accessories of the Original Ptolomeo are available.
  • Skagerak - Cutter mini wardrobe
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    Skagerak - Cutter mini wardrobe
    The Cutter mini wardrobe by Skagerak is a stylish wardrobe with a coat hangers rod, four hooks and a hat deposit despite of its modest dimensions. There is enough space for a small Cutter Box, practical for gloves and caps on the hat deposit. The mini wardrobe is part of the Cutter collection by Skagerak. The stylish cutter series originated as a challenge to the nostalgic and romantic design that was characterized by wooden garden furniture for many years. The designer Niels Hvaas focused on clear and simple lines at his form speaking, which lead to an honest and elegant design. The pretty simplicity of the series becomes to be ideal for halls, bathrooms and kitchens – yes, basically for all rooms in the house. That is why it was extended with classical indoor products. The Cutter mini wardrobe is also available in other editions.
  • Swedese - Small Ladder Heaven
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    Swedese - Small Ladder Heaven
    The small ladder Heaven from Thomas Bernstrand for Swedese is an exceptional ladder. Heaven is unusual, because it renounces a common assembly. Because Heaven stands naturally inclined on its feet and it has to be pulled forward when it comes into action. This concept was brought into an equally elegant as unusual design by Thomas Bernstrand, so that Heaven can stay standing in the room without being used, and not as an ugly element, because the simple colours reinforce the elegance from this ladder. After the usage, Heaven can be used as a newspaper, books or plants shelf or as a stool.
  • Cappellini - Cloud Shelving System
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    Cappellini - Cloud Shelving System
    Cloud is a modular shelving system that has been designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec in 2004 for Cappellini. Several Cloud modules can be combined with each other and placed seamlessly together in the most different angles. The modules are connected and fixed with press-clips. The name Cloud has not been selected by chance: The eight depositing boards of every shelving module are arranged to form the silhouette of a cloud. If the system is expanded, Cloud grows to become a honeycombed and vivid construction. When it comes to assemble the single elements there are hardly rules to follow, no ups and downs, rights and lefts, no beginnings or ends. The round forms of the Cloud modules join each other in the most different formations. The vivid and light forms out of the feather of Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec ensure that the Cloud construction will never seem unfinished and that it can continuously be enlarged. The depositing compartments from Cloud are reachable from two sides, so that the shelf can also serve as room divider. The Italian company Cappellini makes the Cloud shelving system out of polyethylene, which is manufactured in a rotation moulding procedure.
  • Wogg 17 ellipse tower
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    Wogg 17 ellipse tower
    Wogg 17 - the piece of furniture wich the growing appearance. Wogg 17, the piece of furniture with the changing look. Semi-transparent sliding doors move round the elliptical drum-shaped base: They can be left open for effect, or can be tightly shut. The elliptical tower is available in four heights. Its uses are limitless: Bedside table, laundry chest, display case, china cupboard. Mobile on castors – Wogg 17 has a place in every room. Upon request the ellipse tower is also available with a hight of 149 cm and 79 cm. Floors and covers are also available veneered as birch or melamine in black/white/grey. The sliders are also available in PET opal and black or acrylic transparent.
  • Zieta Prozessdesign Zieta - Comb 3 Wardrobe
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    Zieta Prozessdesign Zieta - Comb 3 Wardrobe
    Comb 3 is a lively wardrobe from Zieta Prozessdesign. The unmistakable bulks and waves of the steel wardrobe come from the “FiDU Technology” that has been developed by Zieta. Comb 3 possesses three wardrobe hooks. Oskar Zieta developed the “FiDU Technology” (Internal Pressure Forming) during his studies in Zurich. He experimented with steel panels there and invented a method to create furniture out of two identical, welded steel sheets. This method consists of filling the space between the sheets with air so that the thin steel sheets expand into the desired forms. For a consequence of the innovative manufacturing process, the resulting Comb 3 Wardrobes won’t look the same, because not every deformation of the sheets is controllable. This means that every customer will receive its own personal wardrobe – a special charm that became exceptional in times of mass production. Zieta prozessdesign offers the colourful Comb 3 Wardrobe in different colours. Moreover the larger variants Comb 5 and Comb 9 are also available.
  • Zanotta - Adhoc Wardrobe
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    Zanotta - Adhoc Wardrobe
    The Adhoc wardrobe is part of the Adhoc furniture series which has been designed by the design studio Bruno Fattori & Partners for Zanotta in the year 2011. The wardrobe consists of several elements from which some of them possess doors or drawers or are completely open. The furniture of the Adhoc series have been designed with the aim of creating a flexible furnishing series out of industry friendly material. There are numerous elements available inside of the series which can be combined with each other. Zanotta manufactures the Adhoc furniture out of soft steel panel. They also spread an elegant industrial charm apparently when they are open. The design possibilities with Adhoc are practically unlimited. The furniture suits practically every surrounding with the robust material, the graphic design and the simple colours. They are seamless and unobtrusively inserted in existing furnishings, but can also become the focus of homes. The Adhoc wardrobe from Zanotta is also available in further editions with different elements.
  • Kartell - Lovely Rita Shelf
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    Kartell - Lovely Rita Shelf
    Lovely Rita is an individual shelving concept that can be shaped individually and expanded freely. The design of the shelf came from Ron Arad who has already designed the shelving system Bookworm for Kartell. The idea behind Lovely Rita is to offer a freely movable tie that can be formed by the user to the desired shape and fixed at the wall. Through the single fixing points the shelf out of through coloured PVC receives stability and offers the space for books and other objects. Lovely Rita can be fixed at the wall straight like a rope or winding. It can be used as single shelf or combined with other shelves of different colours creating a book shelf in individual colours.
  • Established & Sons - WrongWoods Chest of Drawers
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    Established & Sons - WrongWoods Chest of Drawers
    WrongWoods achieved to make an exciting design-highlight out of a simple piece of furniture, where classic traditional forms decide the shape. Sebastian Wrong kept to the shaping of the 1950s for the construction of the chest of drawers and translated it into contemporaneous design. Also the artist Richard Woods orientates to ancient forms and patters, taking a classic wooden grain as template to design an abstract wood-print. This printing brings modernity and exciting contrasts into the game. Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong came together in 2007, starting a cooperation called “WrongWoods” creating unmistakable pieces of furniture. Established & Sons distributes the products series which also includes the unique chest of drawers by the artists-duo. The chest of drawers is made out of printed plywood.
  • Wogg 19 Wardrobe
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    Wogg 19 Wardrobe
    The Wogg 19 wardrobe is the consequent further development of the Wogg Ellipses-Tower and the Sideboard. It possesses a similar pushing technique and was also been developed in cooperation with the designer Benny Mosimann. As the only, slim tower or wide wall wardrobe, Wogg 19 offers a lot of storage space for folders, books, dishes, shoes or clothes. From the upside to the base sliding doors let Wogg 19 be open like a shelf or closed like a wardrobe. Wogg 19 is available as single, double or triple. The slim wardrobe finds a place everywhere, while the larger variants offer more storage room with a size of up to one meter. In each case there are four shelves. One of them is always fixed already, while the others can be changed flexibly.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Woody Shelf
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Woody Shelf
    Woody is the modern interpretation, of a traditional shelving system inspired by a ladder. Without obvious back- and front sides, it can be used as an isolated furniture piece, or mounted on the wall. It follows the idea that a shelf visually shouldn't seem too dominant, so there's enough room for tools to be positioned inside of it. Woody has obviously the soul of modernism in it. There are no unnecessary extras and the details of the construction aren't hidden. The shelf is only made of oak wood, wooden bars, steel and screws. The treated oak gives the shelf a traditional Scandinavian expression, which will be renewed and contrasted through the steel shelf inlays. A nice connection between tradition and modernism emerge: Typical for the Danish design company Hay and their exclusive collection - since the contemporaneous Scandinavian designers are able to vitalize the tradition of the 50s and 60s, with Rolf Hay believing it, establishing his company very fast in the year 2003.
  • Mox - Tris Floor Wardrobe
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    Mox - Tris Floor Wardrobe
    Good design is displayed in connections. The steel rod frames are kept together by especially developed rotary joints. These ones can be fixed at every desired place and allow infinite combinations. A simple, very flexible wardrobe solution. Tris was shaped by the designer Gerhard Gerber in 2006. The simple and versatile wardrobe consists of three chromed steel rod frames that are connected by four special plastic joints.
  • Magis Design Magis - Steelwood Shelving System
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    Magis Design Magis - Steelwood Shelving System
    The Steelwood family by Magis is a reaction to the meanwhile wide spread trend of producing furniture out of plastic. Magis has also produced many plastic products in its manufacturing history, but in this case, the designers wanted the further development of something different and new. The French designers and brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec developed the Steelwood family as the name reveals, out of metal and wood. Together both materials for an exceptional combination since wood and metal contrast each other, but still being a perfect fulfill. Magis produces the successful Steelwood family since 2008; this one was enlarged by a shelving system in 2009. The principle of the shelving system is based on modularity. Each module consists of pillars and diagonal rods out of massive beech (natural or colour lacquered), connection joints out of epoxide lacquered steel panel as well as bases out of MDF. The construction box principle enables numerous variants. A single module possesses 2 deposits and can furthermore be used as single side table or as night table. A presentable sideboard can for example be constructed out of 3 boards over each other and 3 modules besides each other. Magis delivers the most different pre-manufactured sizes up to complete shelving walls with 6 deposit boards over each other and 6 besides each other (H 210 cm, L 358 cm). The shelf is always delivered unassembled.
  • Mox - Medium Pool Lean Shelf
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    Mox - Medium Pool Lean Shelf
    Medium Pool is the right shelf for your books. As well as all the Pool shelves, also this one can be combined with more shelves using connection boards offering more storage room. The frame is glossy or matt chromed, the boards are also available in further colours. The design for the Pool Lean Shelf was coined by André Zingg.
  • Radius Design - Trophy
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    Radius Design - Trophy
    The first impress is deciding... The attractive wardrobe by Radius Design ensures attention, is practical for clothes and also offers a loosely small-talk theme if necessary. For this trophy you don’t need a gun license and even the deer is happy that it’s not him, but this portrait that is stick to the wall. The wall wardrobe “trophy” provides an animal-like reception for you and your guests and is so impressive because of its simple and functional design. A freidnly reception in houses, appartments, offices or practices makes up the first impress at home.
  • Supergrau - Hurdle Wardrobe
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    Supergrau - Hurdle Wardrobe
    It can’t be more minimalistic: The Hurdle wardrobe by Supergrau is reduced until the core. It consists of a unique tube, which is bent to become a base on one side. This is pure minimalism. Especially in modernly furnished homes, lofts and every reduced ambience – the Supergrau Hurdle wardrobe looks great. The black edition withdraws visually, while the red edition contrasts and sets accents as nearby sculptural design.
  • Auerberg - Wardrobe "Diener" (Servant)
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    Auerberg - Wardrobe "Diener" (Servant)
    ”I don't like to work with jacket, but I need it sometimes, and I am not willing to hang it over the backrest of my chair. This is the reason why I designed the “servant” – a tube, a socket, both of it in resistant and common material: Concrete and oak wood. Not more, not less – but with a very beautiful detail: The three gaps were emphasized with three different colours.” , is what Tobias Grau explained about his idea of the “servant” wardrobe.
  • Artek - Shelf 112B
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    Artek - Shelf 112B
    Alvar Aalto, the Finnish designer and architect designed the Shelf 112B in the year 1936. The Artek Company still manufactures the shelf after his classic concepts. The shelf beams consist of birch wood, its board consists of birch veneer. It is bright painted and available in a black or white design. Characteristically for the Shelf 112B are the down-rounded triangular beams, that lay directly on the board. Alvar Aalto also used this form for his Wardrobe 109 and for his Umbrella stand 115 beams. Rolling forms in single parts or beams of Alvar Aalto’s work are often seen. Furthermore Alvar Aalto’s interest in bounded wood is clearly obvious at the Shelf 112B, as it is also identifiable in his L-System that adorns for example his stools, chairs and couches.
  • Wogg 36 Sideboard
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    Wogg 36 Sideboard
    Wogg 36 was designed by Christophe Marchand in the year 2005 for the Swiss manufacturer Wogg. The sideboard transmits the elegance of the Wogg 25 shelf to a storage piece of furniture and moreover uses the same connecting material. With its elegant appearance and the huge storage space it is possible to use Wogg 36 in private living rooms as well as in office areas. The material of the sideboard is an individual development from Wogg and consists of a MDF-wooden panels core with longitudinal edges out of black solid core phenol and HPL-cover layers on both areas. That is how an extremely flexible connection of only 13.6 millimetres of thickness emerges. The rabbeted front-edges and the mitred joints at the corpus offer a precise appearance to the Wogg 36 sideboard. High press laminate (HPL) in different colours are available for the exterior cover of the Wogg 36. The sideboard is available with drawers and doors. The bases are equipped with a sound dampening and slip-resistant neoprene mat for the optimal comfort.
  • Gubi - Dedal Bookshelf
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    Gubi - Dedal Bookshelf
    The Dedal bookshelf is a typical example for the style of the designer Mathieu Matégot with its abstract functionality. The Dedal bookshelf can be assembled individually – according to how the single elements are combined. Individuality guaranteed: Dedal has an exciting, abstract design. That is the reason why it cannot only be used for books, but it is also an ideal storage possibility for everything that should be emphasized as eye-catchers. You can create your personal Dedal by the possibility of free assortments, completely according to your personal wishes and demands. Shall you once need more space, Dedal can simply be expanded. Include more elements, completely free, according to your wishes. Because of this genius flexibility and liberty, Mathieu Matégot’s furniture is still an icon of flexibility.
  • Per / Use, Peruse - Piano Hanger
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    Per / Use, Peruse - Piano Hanger
    The wardrobe Piano Hanger was designed by Patrick Seha for the Belgian company Peruse. The numerous hooks at the wardrobe are placed at different heights and they can be fold as required. Through the order of the numerous wardrobe hooks on the different levels, Piano Hanger is ideally suitable for several persons and families with children. The low hooks from Piano Hanger are also easily reachable for smaller children. If the hooks are not in use, they will disappear in the corpus of the wardrobe that does moreover act like a rustic wall decoration. The name of the Piano Hanger wardrobe explains itself because of the principle of the wardrobe hooks. In the long, subdivided design, the fold mechanism functions like a piano: If one side is pressed down, the other end moves upwards. Piano Hanger from Peruse is also available in lacquered beech wood.
  • Zanotta - Aster Wardrobe
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    Zanotta - Aster Wardrobe
    The wardrobe Aster has been designed by Alessandro Dubini for Zanotta in the year 2010. Aster emerged out of the desire of creating a simple and functional object with sine and original silhouettes. The wardrobe was honoured with the Good Design Award in 2010 for its exceptional appearance and the additional functionality. Aster possesses a fine structure which appeals with colours and shapes as if it was made out of rubber. The design is symmetric and the ends of the wardrobe which serve as feet below are used as hoofs on its top. The wardrobe possesses the appearance of a sculptural element when it stands in the room. That is how it can serve in corridors, entrances and offices as wardrobe, at the same time everywhere else as decoration object with practical advantages. Zanotta manufactures the Aster clothes rack out of lacquered steel. Aster is also available with four or six arms and in different colours on demand.
  • side by side - Wardrobe Gaston
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    side by side - Wardrobe Gaston
    The wardrobe Gaston is a practical fulfil to the shoe cabinet: It has a hat rack, clothes hooks and a stainless steel rod where several hangers can be suspended. The simple as well as plain wardrobe Gaston has been designed by Christian Hoisl & Anneke Beiger as well as the eponymous shoe cabinet. It is made out of massive, untreated ash wood, the clothes rod out of stainless steel. The wardrobe Gaston is manufactured by the Caritas Wendelstein workshops in Rosenheim/Raubling.
  • Radius Design - wardrobe "Z"
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    Radius Design - wardrobe "Z"
    The first impress is deciding… A friendly reception in the house, apartment, office or practice means the first plus-points. The attractive wardrobes by the designer Andreas Zellmann for Radius Design ensure attention, are practicable for every clothes-type and also ensure some small-talk in some cases.
  • Wogg 18 Sideboard
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    Wogg 18 Sideboard
    The sideboard – elegance par excellence. Wogg 18 is a simple and practical sideboard out of the feather of the designer Benny Mosimann. Sliding doors enable the opening and closing of the sideboard-unities and ensure the compact appearance of Wogg 18. Wogg 18 is pleasant in every ambience and room. Inside of it, the sideboard has a lot of storage space for folders, books, dishes, glasses, shoes, clothes, laundry or similar. The Wogg 18 sideboard by Wogg is also available with two or three levels. Boards and covers can be ordered in veneered birch wood, white melamine, black melamine or grey melamine, the sliders out of PET opal or black.
  • LoCa - Knax 8 Wardrobe
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    LoCa - Knax 8 Wardrobe
    Simple, noble and functional the Knax cloak rail convinces in every foyer. Knax was designed by the design studio Harrit & Sørensen fort he Danish company LoCa. If the aluminium hooks are not in use, they can be simply flapped in by a small tension spring. A covered metal back wall enables stability and an easy wall mounting. Knax is available in four standard dimensions with two, four, six, or eight flap hooks (black or grey lacquered). Besides the wood materials birch, mahogany, maple, cherry, oak, walnut, teak and beech the Knax cloak hooks can also be delivered in surface lacquered versions.
  • Wogg 25 shelf tower
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    Wogg 25 shelf tower
    What makes the Wogg shelving so impressive is not just its radical simplicity of form, but also its visual and material lightness. The structure consists of thin sandwich panels and translucent rear walls, which are fitted together with extreme precision. The shelf tower is 202 cm high and is available in the cross-sections 15 x 15 cm, 26 x 26 cm and 34 x 34 cm. It is available in black, white and aluminum. The slender element (15 x 15 cm) can be wall-mounted with special fittings, either vertically or horizontally. The shelf towers are ideal for storing CDs, DVDs, collectables, files, books, clothes, etc. The shelf towers work very well both individually or as an ensemble, particularly when free-standing as room dividers. Wogg 25 is 202 cm high in every variant. Upon request it is also available in the horizontal dimensions 26x26 cm and as a DVD shelf in the respective dimensions 15x30 cm. Each variant is also available in white, black and aluminum.
  • Mox - Twin Wall Wardrobe with Clipboard
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    Mox - Twin Wall Wardrobe with Clipboard
    A multifunctional wardrobe in the smallest room: The integrated clipboard serves as storage room for newspapers, letters, keys and mobile phones besides its function as coat rack – this is a collection point for everything that is needed for work the next day. Mox already produces the Twin wardrobe since 2008. It consists of powder coated steel panel, clear white or black. The massive, chromed hooks possess a rubber ending.
  • B-Line und Joe Colombo B-Line - Quby shelving module
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    B-Line und Joe Colombo B-Line - Quby shelving module
    Quby is an incredibly versatile book shelf module by the company B-Line, consisting of rotationally moulded polyethylene. The design of Quby by Stefan Bench combines vivid shapes with a high grade of flexibility and functionality. Thanks to its shape Quby accommodates books of any format, DVDs and CDs. It can be put up on the wall or set up on the floor and it can be combined individually. The shelf module Quby is also available in the colours black, red, purple, blue and green.
  • Cappellini - Progetto Oggetto Wardrobe PO/0302
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    Cappellini - Progetto Oggetto Wardrobe PO/0302
    The wall mounted wardrobe PO/0302 is a creation by the designer Carlo Contin and an homage to the Italian artist Leonardo Mosso. Cappellini produces the wardrobe as part of its collection Progetto Oggetto. The chaos-like wardrobe offers the largest liberty when mounted. Carlo Contin has shaped a clear definition of up, down, right and left in his design. PO/0302 can be mounted vertically as well as horizontally at the wall and still offer enough space for jackets, coats, scarves and hats. Carlo Contin constructed a three-dimensional object out of loosely metal rods for his wardrobe PO/0302. Four rods are fixed at the wall and build the structural base that is crossed by further rods. Every single element of the wall mounted wardrobe offers space to hang clothes hangers and every overcoming rod’s point can be used to hang jackets and coats. The design out of loose rods that are assembled to a clear structure is an homage to the Italian artist Leonardo Mosso, whose works are known for such constructions. Because of the transparent design, Cappellini has included the wardrobe from Carlo Contin in his Progetto Oggetto collection in 3002 and named it PO/0302. The unusual name of the wall mounted wardrobe is a sort of serial number that identifies the product as part of the Progetto Oggetto collection. The abbreviation PO stands for Progetto Oggetto and the initial two numbers stand for the design year 2003 in this case.
  • Artek - Shelf 112A
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    Artek - Shelf 112A
    Alvar Aalto, the Finnish designer and architect designed the Shelf 112A, the older brother from the shelf 112B in the year 1936. The Artek Company still manufactures the shelf after his classic concepts. The shelf beams consist of birch wood, its board consists of birch veneer. It is bright painted and available in a black or white design. Characteristically for the Shelf 112A is that its board is lower than his brothers and the down-rounded triangular beams, that lay directly on the board. Alvar Aalto also used this form for his Wardrobe 109 and for his Umbrella stand 115 beams. Rolling forms in single parts or beams of Alvar Aalto’s work are often seen. Furthermore Alvar Aalto’s interest in bounded wood is clearly obvious at the Shelf 112A, as it is also identifiable in his L-System that adorns for example his stools, chairs and couches.
  • Konstantin Slawinski - SL28 James wardrobe
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    Konstantin Slawinski - SL28 James wardrobe
    Hook or net? James offers it all. And much more. James is the wardrobe, whose clothes-hooks and storage-surface are made out of one uni-colour, powder-coated steel sheet. That is how James shows up space saving and setting decent accents with its modern design. But the specialty is that he knows his duty. As deposit surface and wardrobe. With net and hooks. The design of James was coined by Samuel Treindl, the one who designed the wardrobe for the Konstantin Slawinski company in the year 2011. James consists of powder coated steel sheet and it is available in black and white.
  • Pulpo - Company Pulpo - LOLL Tower Wardrobe
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    Pulpo - Company Pulpo - LOLL Tower Wardrobe
    To let furniture out of 2D variations grow to three-dimension objects is the basic idea of Loll. The idea for the Loll-series was coined by the design team e27 (Tim Brauns, Hendrik Gackstatter and Fax Quintus) for the manufacturer Pulpo. If laser-cut sheet-metal is pulled to its longest expansion, statics emerges and with it high resistance. A wardrobe emerged out of this further development of a simple principle. The Loll Tower is available in the colours black and white. The Loll Tower wardrobe has been honored with the Interior Innovation Award on the imm cologne in the year 2012.
  • Jonas & Jonas - Wallflower Sideboard
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    Jonas & Jonas - Wallflower Sideboard
    The Wallflower Sideboard is just what enthusiasts of function, shaping and atmosphere need – it convinces in every category. The Wallflower Sideboard gives unexpected possibilities to the furnishing principle. It is ideal for HiFi devices, art, exhibits, books, records and simply as furnishing element in the room. The Wallflower Sideboard is mountable without screws or similar and it can change the working place and the acting area instantly. Thereby, static and load always offer the right hold to Wallflower. The Wallflower Sideboard has two legs. The Wallflower Sideboard core is formed by deformed compact panel material ( high pressure laminate). The core material is always black, inside and outside spaces appear in the ordered laminate surface colour. The Wallflower Sideboard is available in different colour variants.
  • Zanotta - Adhoc Chest
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    Zanotta - Adhoc Chest
    The Adhoc chest is part of the Adhoc furniture series that has been designed by the Design Studio Bruno Fattorini & Partners in the year 2011 for the Italian manufacturer Zanotta. The chest consists of several elements; the 741/7 edition possesses three large drawers. The furniture of the Adhoc series was designed with the aim of creating a flexible furnishing series out of industrial friendly material. Inside of the series there are numerous elements available which can be combined with each other. Zanotta manufactures the Adhoc furniture out of white steel panel. They also spread an elegant industrial charm visually with their clear edges and forms. The design possibilities with Adhoc are practically unlimited. With all the robust material, the graphic design and the simple colours, the furniture suit in practically every surrounding. They are seamless and unobtrusively inserted in existing furnishings, but can also become the focus of a home. The Adhoc chest by Zanotta is also available in further editions, among others with open or large drawer elements.
  • Tojo - Hochstapler Shelving System
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    Tojo - Hochstapler Shelving System
    Hochstapler is a detached, horizontal and vertical arbitrary expandable shelving system by Tojo. The independently available modules are arbitrarily combinable with each other in their height and length. Hochstapler (translated as impostor in the real word sense of “high stacker”) can also be employed as a sideboard or as a small shelf. It can also be expanded to a complete wall shelf if desired. The distinctive laterals offer an unmistakable appearance to the Tojo Hochstapler shelf, but they especially serve as connection of the segments. A sideward slipping is avoided thanks to the fixing of the floor a bit under the milled parts. The Hochstapler shelf consists of coated MDF melamine resin. It is available in white and anthracite. Dirk Frömchen designed it.
  • The Hansen Family - Remix Collection Sideboard
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    The Hansen Family - Remix Collection Sideboard
    The sideboard out of the Remix Collection by the Hansen Family is an exceptional piece of furniture with a strong character. The design of Gesa Hansen unifies modern and classic elements and has been honoured with the Red Dot Design Award. Inside of the massive oak wood corpus there are eight drawers, which stand slightly inclined and looking out for an easy opening. The free room in the middle of the furniture piece is divided by a coloured cross into four compartments. The body of the sideboard lies on four filigree feet which stand inclined creating a contrast to the straight lined design of the sideboard. Gesa Hansen’s design style is a combination of Scandinavian minimalism and strong colours. This is also displayed in the sideboard of the awarded Remix Collection which was strongly inspired by Scandinavian handicraft tradition. The Hansen Family and the designer regard themselves as part of this tradition and produce their furniture in the workshop of Hans Hansen with handicraft. Moreover only ecological correct cultivation wood is used for the production. The cross inside of the drawer is available in different colours.
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