The wall-mounted sculpture doubles as shelving for small books and knick-knacks as well as a display unit for a bicycle. Neither a bike stand nor a bike rack, KAPPÔ has a Boolean-ed slot is a perfect cubby for the top tube, allowing the rest of the frame to hang in dramatic balance and display. The simplicity and understated look of the KAPPÔ, which comes in a variety of finishes to match any bike, gives the appearance of the wooden piece a supporting role in order to shine the spotlight on its function: transforming the mundane vehicle into a portrayal of art and craftsmanship.
Plug Hub is one of those must have stations to keep your desk clean and concealed. It´s made from rigis plastic and has a rubber base, it features three integrated cord anchors so you can wrap the excess cords. You can mount it on a wall or on the bottom of your desk, you can also attach your power strip to the bottom of the unit.
The Butler is made to fit your wallet and keys in the top sleeve, your iphone on the side slot with a concealed space for your charging cord, and glasses/hat/scarf or whatever other go-to item on the slide out walnut piece. The backside includes a routed out section for your charging cord as well as an extension cord in case your mounting area on the wall is not next to a outlet.
The Tambour Table was inspired by rolling tambour doors on desks that slide open to reveal the contents – only the designer reinterpreted this useful concept in a modern, high-tech solution for hiding USB connections, a power source and storage space right under the tabletop, in a thin compartment accessed by rotating it to either side. Positioning the table in the middle of the room will display its cascading tabletop while… hiding the cable in one of its legs, while placing it against the wall will not interfere with the tabletop’s movement.
Cycling is enjoying increasing popularity in major cities around the globe, and bicycles are more and more becoming a trend. After customizing your wonder machine you want to showcase it to your friends and family, the “Shoes Books and a Bike” allows you to frame your bike and gives it a deserved place of honor in your apartment.
This unusual take on a murphy bed was envisioned by Latvia based designer Rolands Landsbergs of Boxetti. He created a series of modules that are capable of transforming into various functional objects – beds, desks, storage and so forth. Each configuration can be hidden away into a small appealing box.
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