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Minimalist Functional Secretaire That Fits Any Room

Sun, Aug 28, 2011 | Other | By Kate
 
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A secretaire first appeared in France in the 12th century. In modern minimalist style of furniture such pieces usually are not used. But here’s a variant that is perfect for a modern space. I know a piece of furniture that comprises all these characteristics very well. Secretaire S01 is a unique piece by Bastian Diephaus and Ismail Özalbayrak. It very comfortably placed on the wall and you can put inside anything you like – books, keys, documents or other stuff. S01 can be used anywhere – beginning from the hall and to your living room or study. The cool thing about it is that you may open the top and make it horizontal to write on it if needed. So this antique type of furniture got a new life and fit very well our modern life.

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