Belt, brico-pop container

The new storage system designed by Claudio Larcher uses two components of industrial derivation, the metal sheet and the belt, to create a practical and informal container.

With the boundary between residential and working spaces increasingly blurred, the need to make furniture more versatile is growing. Claudio Larcher interprets this desire for freedom in his own way: using two components of clear industrial origin, the strap and the perforated metal sheet, the designer conceives three pieces equipped with wheels that take up the DIY aesthetic yet enhance it thanks to the chromatic contrast between the elements.

The use of straps, which run around the entire volume of the furniture, is not limited to a decorative presence, but facilitates the movement of the piece in space, supporting its transportability. Instead, it is the buckle that stands out, enhanced by its important volume, while the lack of doors transforms Belt into a display unit that can also be used to furnish retail environments.

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