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Wooden Textile storage | Image courtesy of Stine Keinicke

Wooden Textile storage

Feb 25 2013, 10:30 am 0 Marco Russo

A solution devised by Denmark based designer Stine Keinicke, a project born from an experiment on materials and their perception, the search for a new vision, a tactile attraction which sees the wood imitating the quality, softness and flexibility of tissues, which transfer to him their aesthetic expression. A structure with an essential design, straight lines and smooth surfaces characterized by a frame in sandblasted oak (a processing that emphasizes and highlights its natural grain), equipped with a small area ideal as a storage or base for books and magazines, alongside a large container. A distinctive element that protrudes from the overall silhouette, a box with sliding lid marked by a textile wooden surface specially designed to provide the ideal grip for the fingers and invite the user to a spontaneous interaction. A piece of furniture that is fascinating for the minimalist design and the visual contrast created by the integration of materials.

Designer: Stine Keinicke

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