Modern interior design has begun to embrace offset structures and pieces which retain a very clean and minimalist aesthetic but in a way which makes them stand out in the surrounding space. Read more…
The Habitat Nomad collection of living room and home office furnishings takes the very basic structure of a cube outline and stacks it – offsetting the shapes ever so slightly so that they create the look of a stable but quirky stacked surface.
The side table uses two square-shaped cubes – one atop the other – while the bookcase uses the same overall concept but with rectangular shapes.
Random back panelling across some areas of the bookcase create a unique aesthetic, while the decision to keep both furnishings in their natural wood state means that they can be integrated into a modern living space with ease.
Other pieces join the collection with homeowners able to mix and match according to the size of their space and their individual tastes – for example a TV unit which uses the same design concept but on a lower level.
You will notice that the base and top edges of the stacked blocks run slightly longer – maximising surface space and stability and ensuring that these pieces are as practical in the home as they are stylish.