Based on a breakdown of the sizes of conventional objects such as books, CDs, standard paper sizes and binders, and taking into consideration general seat, table and bar heights, a 9 cm basic module size became the building block of Patrick Lindon's T71 Modular Furniture.
Combining and multiplying the 9 cm module resulted in the basic volumes which make up the so-called 'elements' of the furniture system.
The T71 system was then enhanced with drawers, doors, table tops, covers, feet and casters.
The basic 9 cm module of the anodized elements may be freely combined, either set up side-by-side, stacked or mounted to the wall.
The drawers, doors and table tops are available in a discreet black or may be customized with color.
Design your own furniture using the sheet found under downloads or use a piece of graph paper (one square = 9 cm).
If you are in the market for a sideboard, a room divider, a chest of drawers, a work table, a wardrode, or a container on wheels, the possibilities are endless.