Noted for his minimalism and formal reduction, Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen's work has a sensual consideration for material, form, and proportion. With explicit clarity, Van Duysen has designed Totem. a program of separate modular cubes that may be turned individually of each other. Able to be assembled into any manner of storage, Totem combines shelves and closed compartments in lacquered MDF with solid wood bands to create rhythm and repetition. The designer set out to create a cabinet that was independent from the wall, able to be placed freely within a space and tat could be accessible from all sides. The modularity and practicality of Totem combines harmoniously with the designer's acute sensitivity for the formal elements of design.
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