naoto fukasawa: kuubo for vitra
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feb 10, 2011
naoto fukasawa: kuubo for vitra

naoto fukasawa: kuubo for vitra
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naoto fukasawa‘s ‘kuubo’ for vitra is a versatile table for office and work situations. nowadays, worktops in offices are often used as storage space
more than anything else. with ‘kuubo’, fukasawa has designed a surface that gives users different options that go against this trend by
reducing everything to the bare essentials. it can be considered a team centre, functioning as a temporary workstation, conference and meeting
table, a manager’s desk with space for clients etc…



integrated box compartments make it easy to store various materials and office / workspace items
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up close of the integrated storage units
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on show at the 2011 stockholm furniture fair, the design features lockable storage boxes located within its tabletop,
providing an area for keeping notebook computers, files and other materials, making it possible to quickly change the table’s
use without interrupting work flow.



‘kuubo’ on show at the 2011 stockholm furniture fair
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‘kuubo’ in use
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image courtesy of vitra



top view with all boxes fully closed
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image courtesy of vitra



image courtesy of vitra

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