Single Key module with medium sides. A future design classic. The parts slide together in seconds and are held together with aluminum tenon keys pounded in each end. An ancient joinery technique adapted to modern computer-controlled production methods. The finished product is super strong- need to use it as a bench? Not a problem.
Stackable! Can be used as the bottom layer under a stack of up to 3 short modules
Made from FSC-certified, formaldehyde-free environmentally friendly wood
Ideal for use as a bookcase, bench, or toy box
Made in the USA
Includes cord management holes between both compartments and out the back
Housefish was founded by Scott Bennett in Denver, CO. Scott holds a degree in Automotive Engineering and has design and engineering experience that includes Indy 500 winning racecars, composite aircraft, consumer products, and industrial equipment.
Housefish was conceived as a laboratory for using America’s high tech and industrial manufacturing technology to produce innovative modern furniture that remains affordable, and respects the environment and your health.
Along with the design and limited manufacture of their own furniture line, they also help some of the country’s largest furniture manufacturers, retailers and distributors bring some of their most successful products to market.
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Single Key module with short sides. A future
design classic. The parts slide together in seconds and are held together with aluminum tenon keys pounded in each end. An ancient joinery technique adapted to modern computer controlled production methods. The ...