With an iconic form whose appeal has lasted for nearly four decades, Componibili modules are playful, instantly recognizable and as practical today as they were when they first emerged into the design world. The defining feature of Componibili is the simple yet stable vertical overlapping of single pieces which form useful movable containers by means of a simple joint. Round Two-Door Componibili add instant flair to any room in the home and come in a number of styles and colors to suit a variety of aesthetic and functional needs. Characterized by an instantly endearing and slightly futuristic elegance, Componibili have an enduring allure and continue to fit into any space, from the Museum of Modern Art to a child's bedroom, with an easy charm. Designed by: Anna Castelli Ferrieri, 1969.
- Componobili Made of batch-dyed or painted ABS
- Componobili Featured in the Museum of Modern Art in New York and Centre Pompidou in Paris
- Not designed to be stacked
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