with Matti Klenell
Width: 165 cm
Depth: 43 cm
Height: 74 cm
Availability: Made to order
Delivery time: 10 weeks
The Laulu cabinet created with swedish designer Matti Klenell is intended for storing, displaying and room dividing. All four sides of the cabinet is covered with a perforated pattern consisting 3296 holes that gives the volume a semi-transparent appearance. The cabinet is constructed from CNC milled Valchromat board with a base in solid wood.
Material: Untreated Finnish birch plywood & valchromat
MATTI KLENELL (b. 1972). Since graduation from Konstfack, Stockholm in 1999 Klenell has worked with design commissions for a long list of clients worldwide. It includes companies such as FontanaArte, Iittala, Swedese, Källemo, Moooi, Offecct and Muuto. He has also worked with art direction in various context, most recently or the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm where he was responsible for the re-design of the restaurant interior furnished with a collection of contemporary Swedish design.
Simultaneously he has developed his own and unique language as a glass artist with several solo exhibitions and public art commissions. The broad variety of projects with a mix of art, craft and design is also what characterizes his work and this process has created a personal, innovative, and new take on the Scandinavian design tradition. Klenell teaches design frequently at Konstfack and Beckmans College of Design in Stockholm.