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!
Key Kawamura, architect (Studio Banana in Madrid, Lausanne and London) is fan of BrickBox.
After using our modules in their study, libraries and shops, he has also included BrickBox at home. Kids enjoying BrickBox!
In the children’s playroom, BrickBox becomes a new toy.
The kid’s imagination plays composing different structures.
Shelving, with doors or without them, to save all our stuff!
BrickBox could be placed under varying heights, for example under a stair.
A structure made from BrickBox modules to divide spaces: living room and home office.
Chagall, Picasso, Vigeland, Almodóvar, Munch, Fassbinder… all fit in BrickBox.
We really like the composition of our Norwegian client!
In the mythical city of skyscrapers BrickBox have built a structure with a stepped side. Culture arranged tastefully!
The great versatility of BrickBox allows to create infinite different compositions: from a single module converted into a bedside table to a dividing wall built with boxes full of books.
A space with unequal heights demonstrates the versatility of BrickBox.