Denizen Storage Tower, 52" wide by Coalesse
designed by Williams Sorel
A truly elegant solution for organizing at the office. This 52" wide office storage units has 6 storage cabinets for keeping track of just about everything. Open spaces between cabinets are perfect for books, picture frames, or as additional storage space.
Storage Tower Features:
- 5 storage cabinets and 1 file/box drawer with natural face veneers
- Integrated pull on doors and drawers
- Birch dovetail box drawer interiors
- Undermount self-close slides on drawers
Denizen is a collection of modern casegoods that fit as easily in home as office settings and a new way of thinking about how the traditional office should be. Denizen offers more socially-inviting space that reflects the image of the individual and/or a company's culture. It bridges the gap of work and life by fusing insightful work process solutions with emotional aspects like beauty, comfort and culture.
|Bento Box Option
Many pieces in the Denizen Collection accommodate an additional storage option called the Bento Box- a lightweight container perfect for organizing small items that accumulate in the office. The Bento Box has a red leather lining with a white exterior.
For more information, or to buy the Bento Box separately, click here.
Materials & Measurements
Natural face veneers, painted metal legs and frame
Overall: 67.75" h x 52" w x 13.5" d
About The Manufacturer
Williams Sorel is a California-based design studio established by Otto Williams and Jess Sorel in 2007. Prior to launching their own firm, Otto and Jess were the creative force behind Metro, by Steelcase. Their designs for Metro won more than 20 awards, most notably for "Bix" and "Topo", two systems, which defied conventional office furniture categories. During their tenure at Metro, Otto and Jess developed a passion and reputation for exploring the boundaries between work and life in an effort to humanize the modern workplace.
The designers have said "we are thinking less about categorizing office furniture and residential furniture, and thinking more about the experiences of working and living in spaces, and the artifacts you need to support both narratives simultaneously. There's really a move to allow furniture to be furniture again, as opposed to equipment. In a sense, the office is being dismantled."
Together they hold numerous design and utility patents and their work has been published in Abitare, Azure, Contract, Fast Company, I.D. Magazine, Interior Design and Metropolis. Otto holds a BFA in Industrial Design from Rhode Island School of Design. Jess holds a BFA in Industrial Design from The California College of the Arts.
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