Stak, the modular storage system designed by Patrick Frey for Richard Lampert, is extremely flexible and offers a multitude of usage options in both domestic and work interiors. Stak is a very unobtrusive piece of furniture, defined by fine lines and elegant combinations of colours and materials. Stak is now also available in a new version with a reduced depth of 30 cm, thus offering a lot of storage space below the wardrobe in the hall. A dream team: thanks to matching colours and materials, Stak and the Atelier wardrobe combine to form a perfect duo to store shoes, jackets, hats and similar items in the entrance area. Simple and versatile: the individual Stak containers, available in six different sizes, can be put together in any conceivable combination, creating, for example, a sideboard for the TV or an entire shelving system with individual segmentation. With optional rollers, Stak can be easily turned into a partition or trolley for the office.
Lightweight and elegant: the side panels made of thin folded sheet steel are available in both white and black; the shelves come in a white or black melamine finish and in solid oak. “The interplay of the surfaces and the slim edges creates a lightweight and elegant look”, says Patrick Frey about his design for Richard Lampert.