Stack sidetable Design Robert Bronwasser by Goods
Stack is designed by Robert Bronwasser for the Dutch Designlabel Goods. You can use it as a side table next to the sofa in the living room, or as storage unit on a shelf in the kitchen for the cookbooks and even in the study as storage furniture. Stack is multifunctional. It is made of EPP a durable and very strong plastic which has been developed by the packaging industry. The choice of this material makes the Stack side table surprisingly light, yet very sturdy and solid. The size is 39 cm high, 39 cm wide and 29 cm deep. The inner dimensions of the three compartments are each 32 cm wide, 9 cm high and 29 cm deep. The Stack side table comes in a beautiful packaging and is an ideal gift for design lovers.
As an architect’s son, Robert Bronwasser (1968) grew up in a creative family. In 1992, he graduated cum laude as an industrial designer from Delft University of Technology with a project for Philips Design. As a student, Bronwasser started his own design studio, which was renamed SMOOL in 2002. SMOOL is located in Amsterdam at a gorgeous location near the IJ lake. This design studio prides itself in a personal approach and is dominated by Bronwasser’s vision of commercial product design. With a combination of creativity, many years of experience and knowledge of production processes, he develops a constant flow of successful products. He is happiest when he can share his products with a large audience and when his designs bring about a smile when used. The many awards which Bronwasser has already won (such as IF Awards, the Red Dot Award and GIO Awards) and the many exhibitions which featured his products testify that the latter is definitely the case.
The Stack sidetable is produced by Goods a Dutch Design brand founded in 1995, inspired by the human being’s ancient custom of gift-giving. Nowadays, the collection consists of prominent home accessories and small furniture by Dutch designers. These designers are both internationally acclaimed and young talents. Products from Goods are widely available in international museums, such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Iceland Design Centre.