BOXETTI collection

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From boxetti.com:
Boxetti collection is driven by three basic design principles – functionality, advanced technologies and contemporary aesthetics of minimalism. Each of Boxetti modules is designed to achieve maximum efficiency of particular demands for functionality and suitability. The capability of the modules to be transformed into compactly solid blocks is essential for the design concept in order to obtain an unobstructed and comfortable space – free of uselessness. Boxetti collection is a handmade product – the quality of materials as well as structural and technological solutions endues the collection to the extent of exclusiveness.
The creator of the Boxetti collection is Rolands Landsbergs (1976). He was born and raised in the artists` family and now resides and works in the Jurmala City, Latvia.Since 1998 Rolands runs his own design and manufacturing company EL Studija (www.elstudija.lv), specialized in furniture, showroom and exhibition stands design and production for illustrious clients among who are "SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS BALTIC", SONY NORDIC filiāle Latvijā "SONY BALTIC", etc. In 2006 Rolands was commended with the State Award for the involvement in equipping the NATO Summit Riga, 2006.
BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

BOXETTI furniture

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