Lowboard made of recycled timber and steel
Clear, linear design meets functionality. Lowboard TERRESTRE, with its minimalist design of recycled timber combined with powder-coated steel, provides a discreet yet classy look in your home.
The storage areas at sideboard and lowboard height are made up of a 60 x 60 cm cube and two 40 x 40 cm cubes in a row and are paired with an elegant combination of doors, behind which personal items, books or crockery can be stored safely and securely.
The base of the lowboard is a frame made of 2 cm thick square steel tube, into which an internal table top made of 2 cm thick, solid timber wood was integrated. The model made from recycled timber is glazed white to gently highlight the patina of the wood and to protect the wood. The doors used are also made of recycled timber with an exciting wood grain and can be easily opened and closed with a light push using the push-to-open function.
Despite the obvious front and back, TERRESTRE is due to the open element without back wall as a room divider or as a freestanding piece of furniture in the room, which inspires by valued processing.
As with all of our products, this piece of furniture is manufactured in co-operation with regional producers under as environmentally friendly conditions as possible.
Powder-coated square steel tube
Special requests regarding measurement and processing are individually customizable. The model shown has a width of 140 cm, is 60 cm or 40 cm high and 50 cm deep. The three doors are each 40 cm wide and 40 cm high. TERRESTRE has a steel frame in midnight blue (RAL 5022). However, all colors of the RAL palette are possible on request. Likewise, the processing of other woods or rocks such as marble, travertine and slate is possible.
Metalwork: Stolarstwo-Ślusarstwo – Wolin, Poland
Carpentry: Stolarstwo-Ślusarstwo – Wolin, Poland
Powder coating: PTL – Berlin, Germany
This article is made individually for you. The preparation time can therefore vary due to the choice of material, size and color. As a rule, a delivery time of 6-8 weeks should be planned within Germany.