Modular storage concept – Play Play Pattern

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Play Play Collection is a series of modular furniture designed for The Steyl in collaboration with designer Renee Rossouw.

Description by The Steyl: Play Play Pattern is is a modular storage concept made from Birch Plywood finished in natural oil and is the result of a design collaboration with pattern designer Renee Rossouw of RR Studio Pattern Lab. The chests of different sizes has drawer boxes that are removable, interchangeable and reversible and is perfect for almost any use from lounge, bedroom, studio and office storage to kids furniture. All units are available in a plywood base or with castors.

 

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