Key facts

Product:
Satellite wall mounting
Family:
Satellite wall mounting
Manufacturer:
Quodes >
Designer:
Edward Barber >, Jay Osgerby >
Architonic ID:
1191243
Country:
Netherlands
Launched:
2012
Manufacturer groups :
Storage/Shelving-Sideboards >
Storage/Filing-Sideboards >
Groups:
Storage/Shelving-Sideboards >
Storage/Filing-Sideboards >

Product description

L202,5 H25 D47 cm, green tones

Material:
The body, shelves and front panels are made of lacquered MDF.
The body is also possible in veneer.
The K-shaped base is made of powder coated aluminium / steel in Satin Traffic White RAL 9016, other colours on request.
Round feet: solid wood.

Modular dimensions:
Length 67,5 / 135 / 202,5 / 270 cm or 50 / 100 / 150 / 200 / 250 cm.
Body height 25 / 41,5 / 58,5 / 117 cm.
Depth 47 cm.
Height of K-shaped base = 20 cm
Satellite is also available on round feet (8 cm), a plinth (4 cm) and most models are available for wall mounting too.
Other dimensions for projects: on request.

Colours:
All regular RAL or NCS colours are possible. Special effect or Pantone colours upon request.
We also offer a Quodes colour overview with matching colours, created in cooperation with our designers.

Concept

We started working in 2006 with London based designer duo Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, long before they really became well known. They described their design for Quodes as ”an exercise in graphic composition and organized volumes, about proportion, modularity and purity with character”

We were impressed by the amount of perfectionism and time Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby put in, for example to design the seemingly simple grip of the doors … its appearance changes with the light during the day. Technically it requires milling in 3D and a lot of skill for lacquering.

What started as a ‘cabinet object’ for Quodes’ initial collection developed over time: new colour combinations were added, veneer bodies, new configurations, alternative legs, new technology… so it became a complete range, but still, each cabinet feels like a personal object due to the subtle but iconic design details, often supported by a personal choice of colour(s).