Tojo Möbel launches Tojo-stau, a minimalist and purist sideboard, designed by product designer Bastian Prieler of Prieler & Diemer, in various sizes, easy to assemble that can be a long-lasting companion, ideal for living room, dining room, or study.
The project has been awarded a 2021 Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.
The Tojo-stau is going to be available in nine different sizes and will find its individual use through this variety since there are three different widths to choose from, each in 3 different heights.
The doors can be opened by a recessed handle at the top, which enhances the minimalist look.
The sides and outer doors are visually interrupted by the shelves and illustrate the shelf heights, which are also suitable for files.
As flat-pack furniture and with optimized components, the carcass can be assembled and disassembled by one person without tools. Only the hinges require the use of a tool.
Designers: Bastian Prieler, Prieler & Diemer GbR
Manufacturer: Tojo Möbel GmbH