May 14, 2018 / Furniture
Assembled by Paul Crofts Studio

Assembled is a minimalist collection of modular storage and shelving designed by London-based studio Paul Crofts Studio. The collection consists of Chamfer, Stack, and Grid. The simple yet refined Chamfer offers a highly flexible, interchangeable storage system formed of connecting modules which lock into a wider frame. With a frame and doors in hand-selected hot rolled steel and legs cast in stain-resistant lightweight concrete, Chamfer benefits from a highly considered design which includes a chamfer detail and a shadow gap between the modules. Perforated hot rolled steel mesh is available as an optional infill to create a transparent backdrop to the storage modules.

Stack is conceived as a modular stacking storage system, based on an innovative ‘U’-shaped design in which each unit relies on the component above it to complete the system. The top unit is capped with a hot rolled steel plate. Douglas fir timber offers a visual counterpoint to the unit’s legs, base frame and doors in authentic hot rolled steel. The system is available in countless iterations, whether fully or partially open or closed, and with options for the display of documents, literature and artwork.

The innovative Grid storage system draws on Isomi’s extensive experience in working with solid surface. Benefitting from the material’s remarkable flexibility, strength and longevity, Grid has a slim and lightweight aesthetic which belies its practical, highly durable application. Specified from a range of eight different modules, Grid offers the options of both open and closed storage. Its refined visual feel is enhanced by the inclusion of a support frame in powder coated steel, with legs in stain-resistant cast concrete and a subtle MDF carcass.