Too late for sedate
Børge Mogensen wasn’t interested in sculptural shapes and experiments. He preferred historical furniture types that he then tweaked for the better. A very readable monograph presents the Danish designer.
|Presented:||Stockholm Furniture Fair 2010, Stockholm|
|Categories:||Home furniture ›Storage / Shelving ›Sideboards / chests of drawers|
Stow design Patrik Hansson, 2009. The Stow series comprises a media bench, chest of drawers, and a cabinet with doors and a drawer. The media storage unit comes in three lengths - 1000, 1500 and 2000 mm - and stands 400 mm high. The door has a generously
proportioned handle with hidden grooves so that a remote control works effectively even when the door is closed. In the back, bottom and top of the unit are a number of holes to allow the air to circulate and through which you can feed cables. A drawer f
or storing DVDs, CDs, etc. is available as an optional extra.
The chest of drawers comes in widths of 550 and 750 mm, and heights of 846 and 1113 mm. The cabinet with doors and a drawer comes in widths 400 and 750 mm and heights of 540, 846 mm or
1113 mm. All units are 460 mm deep. Castors and wall fittings (not for the chest of drawers) are available as accessories. Stow storage solutions are made of MDF and come in a choice of eight standard colours.
Stow can be used in a living room, h
all or conference room, or as a bedside table or office storage. And, thanks to the stylishly designed rear panel, Stow is also ideal for use as a freestanding unit.