Why oak veneer instead of solid oak? For the white BrickBox we thought of different options, different materials, which stood out for their robustness or for their sustainability. After many tests, we ended up using birch plywood, which offers a perfect balance between these two aspects. You can know a little more about the …
After many customer requests, here are the new wooden legs! Wooden legs in beech that add elegance to the final finish of your shelf.
Introducing the new BrickBox Natural Oak.
Made with our usual birch plywood
and now veneered with natural oak, providing a vivid and elegant finish,
ideal to combine with the new wooden legs.
The BrickBox modules rest directly on the ground. They do not need to be screwed to the wall, which makes assembly much easier and does not damage the walls. They can also be mounted on the legs (ideal for saving the skirtings) or wheels.
The Goethe-Institute of Amsterdam has reorganized its library with the BrickBox modules. Now we know what is Regalsystem (shelving system), Bibliothek (library), or Bücherregal mit Holzkisten (shelving with wooden boxes). Danke Michel und Barbara!
There are very difficult spaces to decorate: the hole under the stairs, rooms with lower ceilings than usual, complicated distributions … Whenever you find yourself don’t knowing what to do with that kind of space: think of BrickBox! The modular shelves are the ideal solution in these cases. As an example, the Barcelona company …
With only eight modules you can create an ideal room separator to delimit two spaces of the house.
In this case, the client has chosen to separate the bedroom from the living area.
BrickBox has been perfectly integrated with the rustic design and decoration of this beautiful house living room,
that makes us fantasize about reading again next to the chimney on the coldest days of winter.
Our client has hung in her studio, as a wall shelf, four BrickBox modules with gray and yellow aluminum doors matching the rest of her desk.
BrickBox supports up to 25 kgs hanging on the wall, being totally cat proof!
A difficult corner? Is something missing but you do not know what?
Between the living room and the staircase that leads to the attic,
a modular furniture composed of BrickBox and yellow aluminium doors.
Shelves full of books complemented by a red light have turned this difficult corner
into a functional and beautiful one.