Sideboard, cabinet, solo cupboard, room divider or lowboard? cube, our fully customisable interior design concept, is for many good reasons already seen as a design classic. Continually developed since its launch in 2002, cube has evolved into an all-encompassing product range that includes cube gap, cube fine, cube change and cube play for extensible wall-mounted configurations.
Its impressive diversity, aesthetic and high-quality finishing establish cube as a universally usable and modern storage-space concept for every type of home and office. Depending on the configuration, and on the body design, surfaces and interior features selected, individualised units that exactly match the style their owner had in mind, in every detail and function, are created time and
Behind this considerable design accomplishment there lies an equally ingenious but simple idea. cube consists of individual geometric modules of different heights, widths and depths in open or closed form that can be configured with doors, flaps or drawers.
Configured horizontally or vertically, these individual items can be arranged in (almost) endless ways. The diverse base modules can be configured side by side or even stacked, and can also be equipped with every useful feature, including media integration. The result is always astonishingly beautiful and surprisingly original.
delicate and elegant colour accenting The cube fine concept was designed to allow for the creation of cabinets, sideboards and lowboards that are as elegant as they are expressive. Its defining features are a striking interplay of spacing between the panels and the ability to create particularly harmonious and integrated exteriors. Equally versatile is the interplay of colour and material that allows for restrained or lively accenting, starting with an integrated room design of fine veneered woods, matt lacquer or high-gloss colours. And because the little details are as important as your unique taste, individual cover shelves and side surfaces can also be individually designed to harmonise with or juxtapose against the rest of the interior. The designs include open and closed elements, various handles and graceful handle strips as well as push-to-open mechanisms and, of course, the discreet integration of media devices. Depending on how you want it to function, flexible interiors with ordering systems and various inserts can be designed, and TV panels can even be integrated.