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Contemporary Modular Storage System Furniture Design, Burkina Faso by Cappellini


Contemporary, unique and innovative modular storage system, Burkina Faso of Cappellini for home interior design.


Contemporary, unique and innovative modular storage system, Burkina Faso of Cappellini for home interior design.

Designed by Giulio Cappellini from Cappellini, a well known as longstanding leader and innovator in modular storage systems, the Burkina Faso is a microsystem comprised of independent and flexible modules, inspired by the shapes and the vibrant colors of the rural villages in Africa.

Made and manufactured in Italy, the Burkina Faso is an inspiring mini collection of consoles, cabinets, benches and pouf with wheels positioned under the top. This design gives users the freedom to customize their space with limitless imagination.

The unique modular storage design comes in a various shape and color. The versatility of the Burkina Faso allows multiple compositions for living spaces, home offices and small studies.



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