Cubit is passionate about individuality and modularity is the key: Every piece is unique and can be changed at any time. The furniture label from Düsseldorf is showcasing a new, soon to be available, product at Biennale Interieur (18-22/10/2018, Kortrijk) and Orgatec (23-27/10/2018, Cologne): the modular Cubit Lamp.
Jeannette Bastisch and Ariane Ernst have designed a modular lampsystem for the German furniture label with various basic geometric shapes which can be repeatedly rearranged. Large or small, rich in contrast or subtle, natural or bold – the lamp‘s various shapes and colours can be used to set a specific design-statement. Possibilities are endless: with Cubit‘s exclusive 3d-configurator designlovers can combine five shapes and six colours from high-quality beech and esh wood with different types of finish (high-gloss, matt or varnished) and add straight or conical lampshades, each with seven colour-variations . Just by rearranging its elements, Cubit‘s modular lamp stays unique at any time.
Unique showpieces for any style and any room
Since day one, Cubit’s modular range has been offering furniture lovers a template for personalised living that is both timeless and extraordinary. It doesn’t matter if it’s a sofa, shelving system, sideboard or a lamp – with Cubit, the customer becomes the designer as all the furniture consists of a multitude of modules in different colours and shapes which can be combined to suit your needs. In this way individual, customizable showpieces are created for any style and any room.
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Cubit at Biennale Interieur 2018, hall 6, stand 635
Cubit at Orgatec 2018, hall 10.1, stand G12