Large Cube Shelf

399,90 €

Knut Volzke


Create and imagine your ideal storage: this is now possible with this perfect and new innovative concept. With a first black block, you can choose an other colour. Designed and manufactured in Germany by Konstantin Slawinski

Quantity :

Size : 102,6 x 37 x 106,6 cm

Material: lacqued steel, MDF

Colours : two possibilities

-two black blocks, three white blocks and one grey

-two white blocks, one black block, two cream block and one turquoise

Other informations : really easy to install : without nails and screw !

- Customer can pay with the following debit/credit cards : Visa/ Blue Card/ Master Card/ Paypal.

- Secure payment platform by CREDIT MUTUEL.

- SSL Security.

FREE SHIPPING to France from 50€.

- STANDARD SHIPMENTS in France with Colissimo (2-3 days) : 6,5 €

- INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS (EUROPE) with colissimo : 15 €

- Easy Returns.

History of the product

What is the common point between the so nice architect, Georges Frydman (a brilliant architect of the fifties) and a famous brand of Swedish furniture to mount yourself ... You do not see? The decorator who sleeps in you!

With this brand new concept of furniture inspired by the constructivist achievements of the 50s, you compose at leisure furniture-base, shelves or tables. Multiple combinations are possible with these high-quality colored elements. The alliance of colored lacquered metal and MDF transports us on the field in a resolutely design and refined interior. And the editing is easy ... stunning!

The designer

Knut VOLZKE started his training with woodworking. It is after many years of carpentry that he decided to switch to the design applied to everyday products. Respecting know-how, he was able to reintroduce the use of his fetish material associated with metal to give us creations quite contemporary and harmonious. After a passing by the public commands, Knut turned towards the manufacture of everyday objects, suitable to decorate our modern interiors. His mastery of drawing combined with his knowledge of techniques allowed him to create intelligent and robust objects.

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