5.29.2010

                   
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Cubistic Cubbies: Cornell Boxes From TECTA





Late architect and designer Alison Smithson designed these unusual storage and display boxes that are now being produced by Tecta of Germany.



Presented this year at Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2010 in Milan, the Cornell boxes are available in three variations; a single tabletop version, a single floor standing version or a double floor standing version.

Cornell Box S30 D:

Cornell Box S30 1F:

Cornell Box S30 2F:

Images from Salone del Mobile, 2010



To inquire about price and purchasing contact TECTA.
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