When it comes to interior design and architecture, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more versatile furniture system than Abstracta. For years, designers have relied on the Abstracta system to provide them with a one-stop solution to their furniture woes. Combining simple construction, understated aesthetics and universal appeal, the system can be seamlessly integrated into almost any space. In this post, we’re going to talk about why architects and designers have come to love the Abstracta system.
Abstracta was designed by an architect
First and foremost, Abstracta units were designed by an architect! In the 1960s, Danish architect Poul Cadovius designed the first modular furniture system that allowed users to construct simple – and complex – shapes, quickly and easily. Throughout the years, his original vision has been refined, giving designers a wealth of new, innovative furniture options for homes everywhere.
Clean, neutral lines
With the system’s clean, unobtrusive lines, Abstracta’s modular home furniture is at home in any setting. Whether you have mid-century modern tendencies or lean more towards art deco, the Abstracta system can be geared to your individual tastes and customized to match existing décor.
Timeless and elegant
Abstracta furniture has been designed, from the ground up, to be timeless and elegant. In this way, the system can be adapted to any setting, any occasion and – most importantly – to any time. As a result, you can count on furniture from Abstracta gracing your home for years to come… and looking good while doing it.
At Abstracta, we have taken architect Poul Cadovius’ original designs and expanded them throughout the years. With more options available and more configurations possible, we’re confident that our modular home furniture can be easily fit into any home’s décor. If you’ve been looking for a versatile, sophisticated solution to your home furniture needs, be sure to visit our online shop to see for yourself the elegance of the Abstracta system.
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