Lesha Galkin designed Shkatulka – meaning “casket” in Russian – a storage set made in white marble and pale wood, with a clear reference to the Scandinavian influence.

Shkatulka is Russian for a casket.
Caskets with a ‘secret’, special opening mechanism, were very popular in Russia from ancient times and were used for keeping valuables and important items.
Storage kit Shkatulka has a secret too, as well as valuable contents. It is a set of various modules. You can change their combination depending on the functional needs.

Russian Lesha Galkin is a founding member of the design collective Dopludo, together with Egor Kraft and Karina Eybatova.

Design: Lesha Galkin (Dopludo)

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