Silhouette Sideboards come from Marco Sousa, an architect working with Bat Eye in Portugal. According to the press release we were sent, the “Silhouette” concept derives from the “shapes” of the city of Porto: “Following my degree and after several years dedicated to architecture, I felt the need to design furniture, which would bring together the elements that bridge art and architecture. My pure thoughts turned into spiritual and cultural expressions from the places. The shapes, movements, gestures, (chromatic) that my eyes behold are transcribed into the furniture as a tribute to those places. The intention is to create parts from all over the world for the world. The city’s silhouette is not wiped from our memory, even when our eyes are closed“. The Silhouette sideboards feature hand-painted tiles, stainless steel supports and high-gloss finish. Their imposing dimensions (height 95cm, width 230cm, depth 85cm) call for a large room with a clean design approach. Do you appreciate this daring idea?
Affable and loyal, Vitsœ has a long-term commitment to enabling more people to live better, with less, that lasts longer. It is a modest way of thinking that values the consumer as an individual. The classic and iconic 606 Universal Shelving System was designed by Dieter Rams in 1960 and has been made by Vitsœ ever since. With its clean industrial aesthetic, flexibility and versatility, the 606 is a lifetime companion. The Royal System, designed by Poul Cadovius in 1948, is handsome, simple and practical. Much admired in the 1950s and 60s, dk3 acquired the rights to revive and reintroduce this Danish classic, doing so in 2010. The Royal System®, one of the first wall-hung furniture systems, is available in materials such as walnut, oak and compact laminate with steel.
Handmade, elegant and solid, the Dixon Modular Storage Unit from Dare Studio is a beautiful example of well-made British design. Designed by Patrick Frey for Richard Lampert, the sleek, modest and rather demure Stak Trolley system is suited to home and office environments. German-Based Richard Lampert follows the motto: ‘as little as possible, as much as necessary’.