STRIKING DESIGN

Minimal form, maximum variety of expression. The Rubycon concept allows the creation of unique, free-standing cabinets through customisation, giving the possibility for making eye-catching, focal pieces that are in tune, or in contrast, with the particular interior into which they are placed. The Rubycon concept uses the repetition of a single storage ‘cube’ to create a horizontal column in five different lengths. The ‘cube columns’ rest lightly on a thin steel leg frame with delicate joints. Each storage ’cube’ can be purposed for a variety of storage needs. The Rubycon cabinets gain their expression from the relationship between each cube and its neighbours.These simplified ‘cubes’, designed without visible handles or knobs, can be understood collectively as a three-dimensional blank canvas. The client has the possibility to choose from a range of painted colour options as well as various wood finishes to customise their ‘blank canvas’. The Rubycon concept places the freedom of choice of the finishing, available in the different wood and colors of arflex collection, into the hands of the customer, allowing them to create a furniture piece that is as graphic or as subtle as the situation demands. The base is in metal, lacquered white, black, gun metal grey or golden, only for the cabinet with two cubes.

Technical Info

BASE : Black, golden or copper lacquered metal. EXTRACOL for bases with 2 or 3 cubes in golden or copper lacquered version : $ 284,00. EXTRACOL for bases with 4 or 5 cubes in golden or copper lacquered version : $ 599,00. CUBE : wengé, oak, chocolate, eucalyptus or natural painted. MDF, lacquered black or white. Options for lacquered version : Dark blue RAL 5011, arflex bordeaux, green pantone 5035 or grey RAL 7036

  

Design By CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE

The swedish design partnership Claesson Koivisto Rune was founded in 1995 as an architectural office but is, in the classic Scandinavian way multi-disciplinary, which means that both architecture and design is practised. Completed architectural projects include: Sfera Building culture house in Kyoto, the Swedish Ambassador’s residence in Berlin, Ingegerd Råman house and studio, Kjell A Nordström residence, Sony Music HQ Stockholm, One Happy Cloud restaurant, Gucci Stockholm, Louis Vuitton Stockholm, Scandinavian Airlines Euroshop, Asplund shop. Recently completed projects include the Operakällaren gourmet restaurant and cocktail bar and private houses in different Swedish locations through Arkitekthus. Current projects include several private houses in the USA, Japan, Uruguay and Sweden..