combo – 2M+3L

$1,600

With 2 small and 3 large dice concrete cubes you can build serious furniture.
a hifi unit to place your record player and store a bunch of vynil records (about a hundred in each small cubes, 200 in the large one), a bookshelf for your kids, a sideboard to put away your beautiful ceramic dishes and your bottles for the aperitif, stylish shelves for a clothing or shoe store…
What will you build today?

Only 10 left in stock

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  • technical description

    glass fiber reinforced concrete

  • Outdoor / Indoor suitability

    covered exterior use

  • product colors

    light grey

  • finishing

    natural concrete look

  • weight

    242.51 lbs

  • designer

    Alexandre Dubreuil

  • care instructions

    do not use abrasive materials or solvents on surface. apply protective wax or oil regularly.

combo – 2M+3L

$1,600

With 2 small and 3 large dice concrete cubes you can build serious furniture.
a hifi unit to place your record player and store a bunch of vynil records (about a hundred in each small cubes, 200 in the large one), a bookshelf for your kids, a sideboard to put away your beautiful ceramic dishes and your bottles for the aperitif, stylish shelves for a clothing or shoe store…
What will you build today?

Only 10 left in stock

  • sku: D-09708

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    Elegant and minimalist concrete Hi-fi furniture

    Alexandre Dubreuil thought of everything

    Dice elements fits to your needs to arrange your interior.
    This monumental combination is perfect to build a brutalist Hi-Fi furniture to store with style your amp, your record player and a nice collection of vinyls (a hundred in each small cubes and more than 200 in the big ones).
    And as each concrete module is placed on 4 rubber connectors, the vibrations are absorbed. Hi-fi enthusiasts will understand.

    Play with all sides of the elements for an assumed brutalist style

    Jordane Saget ’s lines loves concrete

    Go shifted for a totally atypical piece of furniture

    Make room for emptiness

    You can imagine all kinds of compositions to store your books, your shoes or even your bath towel.
    It works everywhere from your entry hall to your living room. Where will you use it?

    And you, what will you make with so much dices ? A Hi-fi unit, a side board or a monument ?