Swedish Note Design Studio has re-designed the iconic Uten.Silo by Dorothee Becker for Vitra in a playful architectonic way. The hyper-functional wall storage was originally made from ABS plastic and featured plenty of pockets for pens, makeup, toys and tools. But the new, more sustainable wooden version called Suburbia features a small neighborhood in which small objects can find a home.
The Suburbia Wall Storage is Note Design Studio’s first collaboration with the Italian producer Seletti. A new interpretation of a classic storage solution adds an architectural flair to a classic design. Adorned with pockets in the shape of houses and featuring pegs as trees and a corkboard as a playing field, it looks like a sweet suburban neighborhood when viewed from a distance.
Its minimal and versatile aesthetic allows it to blend seamlessly with any interior, whether that be an office, a kid’s room, a kitchen or a bathroom. Whether you keep it empty or fill it with your stuff, you’ll have fun watching this suburban neighborhood change over time.
See more sweet Swedish creations at Note Design Studio’s site here.
Photos courtesy of Note Design Studio