Stüda by Studio NINE on Island Atelier

It happens to the best of us. That bare foot that somehow inexplicably always seems to find the errant LEGO piece that's been left behind specifically to impale us and cause maximum damage when we least expect it. And while a search of Google or Pinterest will turn up any number of examples of furniture designed to corral and contain those pesky pieces, the designers over at Studio NINE have taken this idea one step further.

The Italian company have created Stüda, a modular furniture collection made of LEGO bases for furniture manufacturer MOOW.  Constructed of Corian, a composite material that is both durable and easy to clean, the collection consists of a credenza and an open storage cube in three sizes. It is subtly and stylishly done; it's not obvious at first glance that the pieces in the collection are LEGO-compatible, but this provides the added benefit that they can be customised using standard LEGO bricks to create a truly one-of-a-kind piece. 

Stüda comes in white or yellow finishes on steel supports and the pieces can be purchased individually or as a set.


Stüda by Studio NINE on Island Atelier
Stüda by Studio NINE on Island Atelier
Stüda by Studio NINE on Island Atelier
Stüda by Studio NINE on Island Atelier
Stüda by Studio NINE on Island Atelier
Stüda by Studio NINE on Island Atelier
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