Modulate your interior according to your desires
The history of design and architecture is often closely linked. If in the 50’s, the architects of the Bauhaus movement imagined functional, inexpensive housing, with simple forms and quick manufacturing, designers were interested in an innovative style: the modular.
Driven by Paul Schäer and Fritz Haller of the Ulrich Schärer company, modular furniture is designed to adapt to public and domestic spaces, but above all, to be practical and functional.
Today, we can have fun with modular pieces and rethink our interiors according to our desires.
The Cameleonda sofa by Mario Bellini
Mario Bellini himself said: “Of all the objects I have designed, Cameleonda is probably the one that best represents the concept of freedom. The configurations that can be obtained are infinite.”
Depending on your desires, this sofa can be transformed into a large sofa, individual armchair or even a footstool. See all the possibilities it offers:
Our other modular sofas :
Very trendy nowadays, wall units allow several uses: library, desk, TV stand or simply storage
Today, the different styles proposed by designers are very varied, and meet the requirements of the general public.
Our selection of wall units :
The Hexa table by Bernard Vuarnesson
Bernard Vuarnesson thought of his Hexa table as a “piece of furniture game”. With its six tops, you can modulate its size according to your needs. This piece, which exists in several colors, is a real design and graphic work.
Modular tables in our catalog
Modular light fixtures
Very practical to adapt the luminosity, the modular lights are declined in wall lamp, table lamp or desk lamp. Serge Mouille made it his signature.
Our lights to find on the site
Candleholders by Fritz Nagel and César Stoffi for BMF
Accessories can also be modular, like the candleholders by Fritz Nagel and César Stoffi for BMF. Depending on the mood you want to create in your home, you can add or remove elements. One candle for a cozy atmosphere, two for a candlelight dinner, and why not even eighteen for a festive table.