Quodes Satellite – modern cabinets, sideboards & low tables designed by BarberOsgerby. Free UK/EU Mainland delivery. Please contact us for further product information.
Quodes Satellite – modern cabinets, sideboards & low tables designed by Barber Osgerby , London. Bespoke cabinet system featuring drawers and/or pull down cabinet doors, available in a variety of different formats. Quodes Satellite is suitable for use in residential & hospitality projects. Please contact us for further product information.
Quodes started working in 2006 with London based designer duo Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, long before they really became well known. They described
their design for Quodes as ”an exercise in graphic composition and organized volumes, about proportion, modularity and purity with character”.
We were impressed by the amount of perfectionism and time Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby put in, for example to design the seemingly simple
grip of the doors … its appearance changes with the light during the day. Technically it requires milling in 3D and a lot of skill for lacquering.
What started as a ‘cabinet object’ for Quodes’ initial collection developed over time: new colour combinations were added, veneer bodies, new configurations,
alternative legs, new technology… so it became a complete range, but still, each cabinet feels like a personal object due to the subtle but iconic design details, often supported by a personal choice of colour(s).
Quodes Satellite is available in a wide range of formats, colour finishes and sizes – freestanding cabinets, wall mounted cabinets & consoles, low and side tables. Then you choose from doors, drawers and finally the exciting palette of different colour finishes in either satin or full gloss. You can specify single or multi-colour combinations. Finally the finishing touches….different legs, opening mechanisms and optional cable channels.
“An exercise in graphic composition and organised volumes. It is about proportion, modularity and purity with character. We see an array of objects, some coloured, resting on trestle bases-a series of ideagrams. This informal character implies variation, movement and adaptability. The temporary made temporarily permanent. Time and space, balance and expression”.
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