Schiavello states the KASE for flexible modular storage.
May 1st, 2010
KASE designed by IMO is an adaptable group or individual storage system that can be incorporated into interior environments as a credenza, bookshelf, filing system or divisional element.
Constructed from a steel frame, zinc seal shelving and panels and MDF powder-coated infill panels and doors, the flexible modular system provides limitless storage possibilities coupled with a timeless and unobtrusive aesthetic.
Dimensions cater for an array of lifestyle requirements, with a 1000mm length and 400mm depth by 907.9mm, 1290.1mm or 1672.3mm.
Accessible from two sides its freestanding modules are engineered for instant reconfiguration and can accommodate retro-fitted components and accessories enabling KASE to evolve with changing needs.
Elements include back panels, shelves, file top and twin drawers, cupboards, infill panels, toast racks, dividers and locks.
The product is also finished in a standard white powder-coat or can be swathed in a plethora of colours from the Schiavello powder-coat palette on request.
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