Produced by Parisian design house Be-Poles these stylish storage solutions are the perfect addition to any contemporary home.
French on one side and English on the other, each piece is made using super durable kraft paper layered up for added strength. Store your towels, wrapping paper, toilet roll and toys - or (our favourite) use as a pot plant container.
Available individually or in sets of x5 they're the perfect present for all your friends who love design, typography and all things black & white.
- H:60 x W:32 x D:16
- Made in France
The be-poles collection is a range of items designed for everyday use.
The collection is heavily inspired by codes of architecture cherished by Antoine Ricardou, state-registered architect and founder of be-poles.
The studio designed this collection to meet its own needs, while experimenting with the principle that form should first and foremost fulfil a function, without gratuitousness.
It all began with a paper bag.
The studio needed a robust paper bag to send their projects by courier. For this, be-poles analysed tried and tested everyday products. The idea for the paper bag naturally came from the bags used by bakers to store baguettes.
The studio then took the project further by expanding the range of functionalities while focusing on basic products that serve a purpose in their environment. Storing, writing, drawing...
The first commitment of the be-poles collection is to pay tribute with accuracy and simplicity. Having struck the perfect balance between sobriety and elegance, between choice of materials and utility, be-poles honours the everyday object.
Protect where possible with added bag around items likely to soil for example pot plant containers.
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