The latest storage solution from Schiavello, the Bento collection brings colour and fun to your desk.
June 15th, 2011
The range of fluorescent and classic colours and the variety of shapes that fit together in the Bento tray give you a multitude of options to arrange your desks.
The inspiration behind the range, designed by Ivan Woods, was the simple, clean lines of Japanese Bento Boxes. Bento brings a modern and fresh approach to your personal workspace.
The modular system of trays and containers can be configured in a myriad of ways to organise clutter and enhance your personal space. Each piece can function alone or with other pieces for added flexibility.
Bento allows individuals to mix the shapes and sizes to suit their personal needs, whether it’s storage for your stationary, your iPod and mobile phone or even your condiments for lunch. The Bento collection can continually evolve, depending on your storage needs at the time.
The Bento collection includes a landscape paper tray; and a container tray which can hold up to five multi-functional, modular containers which can be placed within the tray or as standalone elements.
Available in a range of colours from classic solid black and white to transparent, bright blue, fluoro yellow, amber and clear. There is sure to be a colour to suit your personal style or the aesthetic of the wider workspace. So why not brighten up your workspace and get organised at the same time?
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