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QueB by FARZ: Most Flexible Furniture?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:29 AM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Sep 01, 2011

Received an email from some designers in Belgium under the name of FARZ. Seems they’ve created what they think to be one of the most flexible pieces of furniture out there. What do you think? Here’s what they have to say about their creation: “One steel rail and three steel — Continue reading …




 

 

Received an email from some designers in Belgium under the name of FARZ. Seems they’ve created what they think to be one of the most flexible pieces of furniture out there. What do you think? Here’s what they have to say about their creation:

“One steel rail and three steel cubes. That’s all there is to it. It looks easy peasy and that’s exactly what it is. Because simple means well conceived. The rail is tied to the wall in such a way that the screws are invisible. And the cubes are attached to the rail. The result is an easy-to-fit, all-round piece of furniture. Reliable and solid like a bookcase, uncomplicated and elegant like a CD rack. QueB is designed, engineered and manufactured in Leuven near Brussels.”

“FARZ  is Anton Boel, Bart Houben and Pieter Neyens. A young design collective. As engineer, web designer and product designer they make a great team to come up with attractive and successful products. QueB is their first product, but soon other slick and lean design will follow.” More here.

 


 

 

 
 
 

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