Teca by Quodes



Designer Alfredo Häberli
Launched in 2009
Architonic id 1075188

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Alfredo Häberli of Zürich designed Teca for Quodes. The Teca wardrobe system consists of three basic modules and a base that allows customers to assemble the cabinet according to their own tastes. The modules (wardrobe and drawer units) stand on a graphic metal carriage and seem to float. The configuration of doors and drawers is eye-catching and the dimensions are subtle. The doors open over a rail and fold out like a book. And like the drawers, the doors are bevelled over their entire length, removing the need for handles and reinforcing the muted character of the Teca.

In this line, Häberli also designed a sculptural and innovative Bedside Table, which is also a dress boy.

Colours, materials, dimensions
The colours selected by Alfredo Häberli accentuate the geometrical structure:
If corpus in traffic white (RAL 9016) chipboard, then lacquered fronts in satin traffic white (RAL 9016) with high gloss papyrus white (RAL9018) as matching contrast color
If corpus of lacquered MDF, then corpus / fronts in satin white grey (RAL 9002) with high gloss Pastel Violet (RAL 4009) or Reed Green (RAL 6013) or Squirrel Grey (RAL 7000) as contrast color

Base = powder coated metal in satin traffic white (RAL 9016),
Corpus = laminated chipboard in satin traffic white (RAL 9016) or lacquered MDF in any satin color
Drawers = laminated MDF in white
Fronts = lacquered MDF, satin or high gloss.

Product group: Storage / Shelving Hallway Freestanding wardrobes Rails Cupboards …in engineered wood
Designer: Alfredo Häberli

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