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Rainbow Modulare – 2014 London Design Awards


silver75Product Design – Home & Garden

This award celebrates creative and innovative design for either a component or overall product. Consideration given to aspects that relate to human usage, aesthetics, selection of components and materials, and the resolution of assembly, manufacturing and the overall function.

Project Overview

We love to create modular pieces of furniture that let the customer also be the ‘designer’, as they can configure the pieces anyway they feel suits them best. Whatever space they have, large or small, they can arrange the separate pieces to fit their needs.



Project Brief

RAINBOW MODULARE is a storage modular system featuring solid timber frames with an innovative brass corner joint. Leather clad shelf supports and coloured tinted glass shelves are added to the system as required. This system has been designed to ship flat with the customer assembling the components into whatever layout they desire.

We designed Rainblow Modulare as a response to everyday life and lifestyle trends that requires an ongoing flexibility of spaces and adaptability of furniture to meet our ever-changing lifestyle requirements. These units can be easily combined without the need for any special or complicated equipment and can be put together as needed, providing highly versatile and aesthetically pleasing storage solutions. There are many ways the units can be combined and assembled – linear, corner and vertical. They don’t need to be permanent and can easily be changed, as the finish of each unit enables it to be used as a final element without anything further needing to be added.

Project Innovation/Need

Rainbow Modulare is far from being a mere space for storage, it is a shelving system which displays more than it conceals, in a domestic or commercial setting. It is perfect for arrangements of personal, treasured objects such as books, plants and objet de ‘art to create still life compositions of the details and collections of one’s life.

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