Plywood panels are assembled from thin, laminated sheets of veneer, whose composition is visible in the cut edge. The horizontal structure makes it possible to stack individual frames as you wish, creating a series of forms with no visible joins. The cut edge becomes a surface in its own right. Knot effects bring life to the linear appearance.
The ply collection plays with the special properties of this material.
Assembled from individual frames, the objects appear monolithic, as if carved from a single block.
Linking elements required for the construction are hardly noticeable in the linear arrangement of the surfaces. Supported by the special construction of the drawers, there are no visible vertical joints to interrupt the structural lines. The outside walls of the drawers are also the outer wall of the furniture.
The tapered feet stand in deliberate contrast to the massiveness of the main body. The surface panels are available in many different colours and coatings.
The variety of products in the ply collection reduces waste to a minimum.
Almost all offcuts can be used for a further, smaller product in the range. Furthermore, the furniture has been designed such that the coated end plates can be exchanged with ease.
The solid nature of the furniture also means that any damage can be repaired and sanded.
Timeless design, efficient use of resources, exchangeable parts and robustness all demonstrate the sustainable nature of ply.