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Kase from Schiavello

Offering limitless possibilities, Kase is an adaptable group or individual storage system that can be incorporated into interior environments as a credenza, bookshelf or file system.



BY jesse

November 25th, 2011


An evolving system of modular storage elements with a minimalistic approach Kase facilitates dynamic spatial arrangements to create functional individual or group storage areas.

Available in a range of dimensions, the freestanding linear system is engineered for instant reconfiguration with height-adjustable shelves, moveable book ends, and the ability to retrofit elements and accessories.

Designed with a sleek and minimalist form and available in powder coat, veneer and laminate finishes, Kase is a timeless storage system that can easily be incorporated into workplace or residential environments.

Available in different heights the selection of accessories includes shelves, drawers, cupboards, infill panels, bookends, function walls, accessory trays, plant boxes and seat cushions which provides boundless storage possibilities to suit all functional needs.

The option of Schiavello Interpower softwiring system supplies power and data services where needed with cable reticulation available through clip-on segregated cable trays. Kase offers the freedom and flexibility to customise the position of each accessory to create a tailored storage solution.

Materials
Steel frame, zinc seal shelving and panels, MDF powder coated infill panels and doors. Powder coated in white as standard, other colours available upon request.

Dimensions
Length: 1000 mm (per module)
Width: 400 mm
Height: 907.9 mm | 1290.1 mm | 1672.3 mm

Schiavello
schiavello.com/kase


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