Montag, 24. März 2008

A landscape for your wall... Cupboard "Vision"

the strict linear cupboard from pastoe fits in a modern living room very well, although it's not only a cabinet. the three-dimensional body looks quite arty and animates the eye to fly over it - the piece, some kind of an architectural landscape, stands for itself.

there is no need for decoration, but it's also not forbidden. while playing with light and shadow, with highs and downs - the cupboard itself is just simple, straight and clear. but not boring at all, rather the opposite and the definitely the right choice if you are looking for some kind of special and functional landscape for your wall.

Vision, a successor to the old kubus from Pastoe, is a three-dimensional storage system whose hidden structure with gripless fronts enables the creation of compositions combining lines, surfaces, volumes and colours. The system consists of lacquered modules. The modules can be subdivided using doors, drawers or flaps that open and close using a pneumatic system and can be directly fixed to the wall, or placed on frames, socle or wheels. The possible variations are infinite - from a 3-dimensional relief to a graphical grid made of lines and surfaces, from a series of sideboards to an architectural and spatial landscape.

design: 1985

Pierre Mazairac
Karel Boonzaaijer

producer: pastoe


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