Patterned Drama: The Stripe Sideboard by Wogg
Created by Robert and Trix Haussmann, the Stripe Sideboard from the Swiss house of Wogg, is quite an intriguing product that has inspired a lot of budding designers with it’s compelling looks and impeccable execution. The very fashionable Stripe sideboard, exemplifies the intensive commitment and passion that drives the team at Wogg, right from conceptualization to finishing the product.
Swathed in a black and white striped pattern, the Stripe Sideboard, measuring 240x50x80cm, instantaneously catches your attention with it’s striking aesthetics. The tubular steel feet, double up as door hinges, allowing the front shutters to open up to a 180 degrees, consequently enabling the sideboard to don the look of an open shelf or a closed unit. Available either with internal shelves or plain drawers, the Stripe Sideboard by Wogg, offers flexibly to the buyer in terms of usage. This elegant console employs the post formation technique, accrediting the Wogg philosophy of the use of high-quality, unconventional materials, fabricated into products using cutting edge assembly techniques. And of course the qualities of durability, stability and sturdiness come hand in hand with the brilliant aesthetics.
A spectacle in itself, and stamped by exceptional versatility; the Stripe Sideboard can be used in home, office as well as public buildings. Robert and Trix Haussmann’s minimally designed masterpiece, proffers very suave, contemporary aesthetics, making it an ensemble hard to miss. Oh! And by the way, did I see a zebra somewhere?