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Bent Box Pale Rose

76.00USD
Description Bent is a collection of small geometric boxes in molded Birch Veneer. Inspired by Japanese bento boxes, Bent can be used to store anything from jewelry and make-up to spices in the kitchen. The small boxes can be stacked, allowing you to create a personal storage system.
Specifications
Maintenance
Materials:
Birch Veneer
Size & Weight:
H: 5 x W: 14,5 x L: 23,5 cm
0,3 kg
Product Information:
Made from veneer, which is molded into shape. The boxes are stackable.
Maintenance:
Clean with a damp cloth.
About

Bent Box

Usability and aesthetics go hand in hand in Visibility's Bent boxes for all of your home's smaller items. The idea behind the boxes comes from traditional Japanese magewappa bento boxes made from bentwood. The Bent box's simple, geometric, yet organic shape, achieved by moulding veneer, results in an irresistibly charming and edgy design.

"The shape was created through reduction; by exploring different geometries, we focused on creating a shape that would be useful and easy to understand. Our hope is that the user will intuitively integrate the boxes into their daily lives and use them without thinking twice," Visibility explains.

The Bent box has a practical size that can be useful anywhere in the home. The possibility of stacking several boxes provides flexible storage capacity and invites you to mix different colours of Bent boxes in decorative combinations. The wood's curved, moulded silhouette gives the Bent box an appealing expression, whether it is used on its own or as part of a stacked storage system.

Designed by Visibility
Designer

Visibility

Joseph Guerra and Sina Sohrab founded industrial design studio Visibility in 2012 in New York, after graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design. Joseph and Sina share an interest in the objects surrounding us in our daily lives, the things that we interact with the most, and to which we give deep personal meanings. This is what influences their approach to design, which aims to appeal to human emotions and become a part of the life of others. Observation is a way of reaching innovation, in order to create something that works well, maintains a radical newness, and still feels familiar. They work in a variety of fields, including furniture, lighting, electronics, appliance, and tableware design, always using materials for their instinctive qualities and functional traits.

“Visibility aims to distill ideas to what they want to be, retaining what appeals to our human sensibilities. Above all, we align ourselves with companies that share our interest in good, enduring design.”