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A TAF chest of drawers also works in the middle of the room

A TAF chest of drawers also works in the middle of the room

gThe name needs an explanation. Relief That's not English, says Bo Hellberg of String Furniture, so it doesn't mean comfort or freedom. This would make sense with a chest of drawers that provides plenty of storage space. However, the Swedish company has chosen a word for its collection that also fits with the German language. With a strong emphasis on the “e”.

The name refers to a subtle design feature that runs around the edges of the entire chest of drawers and can be found on the front and back, Helberg says. This, among other things, is what makes the storage system, which was presented for the first time in January during the “imm cologne” interior design fair in Cologne, so special: the relief is designed so that its back is also clear, so the chest of drawers can be Serves as an independent piece of furniture in the middle of the room.

Completely Swedish product

The set includes three drawer units: a long and narrow five-drawer item (122 x 41 x 41 centimetres), a slightly lower and spacious four-drawer chest of drawers (99 x 82 x 41 centimeters) and a low, reminiscent four-drawer unit (53 x 123 x 41 cm). . The relief was designed by TAF Studio, a designer duo from Stockholm. Gabriela Linke and Matthias Stahlbaum founded TAF Studio in 2002 after graduating from the Department of Interior Architecture and Furniture Design at Konstfach University of Arts, Crafts and Design.

It was important for the Swedes to save as much space as possible in the drawers, so the side walls were made of wood and veneered with MDF. Overall, the collection is a completely Swedish product: not only do all the materials come from Sweden, but they are also produced in Sweden. TAF Studio has chosen five colors that can now be easily combined with each other: In addition to the neutral tones of white, beige and taupe, comfort is offered in strong gray and orange.

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