Designed by Filippo Mambretti for Mogg, the DPI is an amazingly flexible series of open-sided, wall mounted, modular containers. There are 4 different modules which can be mounted in any number of combinations to create your own bespoke arrangement.
Filippo's inspiration for this series came from the analysis and study of the neoplastic works of Rietveld and Theo van Doesburg, compared with the concepts of de-constructionist, Jacques Derrida.
This series is designed to de-construct and deform the architecture and interior spaces, expanding the three-dimensional volumetric perception of space and the single walls, making them literally expand volumetrically, while creating functional and versatile units and containers.
The different compositions that can be created will be useful in every room of the house thanks to their multi-functionality and strong compositional value.
The structure is metal painted in anthracite, whilst the front is available in a textural finish (white tuff or grey lava), or painted anthracite to match the structure.
With so many possible combinations, for ease we have priced up the composition shown in the main photo, which consists of an extra small module and a medium module combined. You can of course combine the 4 modules in any way you want, though we will need to price it for you. An extra large DPI combination can be seen in the related products.
Mogg have been featured in Italian Elle Decor, & Iterni magazine amongst others. To see their collection click here otherwise to see all of our contemporary bookcases click here.
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