Thinking Ergonomixâ€™s CASINO presents a storage solution that will invoke the interior designer within every person.
July 10th, 2009
CASINO by Thinking Ergonomix brings character to any space as it offers the perfect combination of design versatility and functionality.
This mobile pedestal/storage range features side panels which can be altered to suit the colour schemes and style of any interior.
Available in two or three drawer versions, the standard finish for the unit’s sides is frosted white acrylic, however its interchangeable panels allow customized graphics to be fitted behind the frosted overlay.
This way, interior designers need not search in vain for an obscure storage unit to magically compliment the tone and air of a space, but instead can mould the CASINO to flawlessly respond to their specific needs.
The unit’s ‘soft close’ drawers are lockable and made from environmentally friendly e1 MDF with a white powdercoat finish, thereby achieving practicality through sustainable means.
Comprising a die cast aluminium and steel frame with standard powdercoat finishes, CASINO also features a seat pad made of porous expanded polypropylene (PEPP) which is comfortable to sit on, eco-friendly, and durable.
Soon to hit the market is the mobile caddy version of CASINO, which offers all of the features available in the original product as well as tambour door access.
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