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Modular wooden storage systems for Isomi

Wooden cabinets can be stacked up in different configurations in the Assembled storage system, created by designer Paul Crofts for modular furniture brand Isomi. Set to launch during Clerkenwell Design Week, the timber collection is designed to serve as a "warm visual counterpart" to Isomi's portfolio of steel and concrete reception desks, tables and seating. The collection features five modular storage and display pieces that stack together. Intended for work environments and public spaces, the collection represents the UK brand's first venture into wooden furniture. As such, London-based Crofts said he wanted to keep the designs "intentionally simple in form, with a clear focus on materiality and construction". "Douglas fir has been carefully chosen for its inherent quality and prominent exposed grain," said Crofts. "It's been treated with a white oil finish to create a warm visual counterpoint to the raw, authentic, hot rolled steel and concrete, and the solid surface, that is used elsewhere in the range."Each piece is designed to be used as either a standalone piece or in conjunction with other products in the collection. From Dezeen: Read More