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Vitrina Collection designed by Hierve Studio for Case Furniture

Inspired by acclaimed "Ropero", Hierve has designed the Vitrina Collection for British company Case Furniture, which will be launched at the next Maison et Objet trade show in Paris. “Vitrina” translates as window cabinet in Spanish, and the collection consists of four different cabinets that blend solid wood, glass, colour and lighting features, addressing different needs for both storage and display in a distinctive and timeless way. The collection includes a console with glass top, a tall unit with shelving and drawers, a long Media unit and a small shelving unit that rests on top of a tall base.

Ropero, the piece that inspired Vitrina

You can read more about "Ropero", HERE. About Hierve Hierve is a boutique design consultancy based in Mexico City and London. The firm was established in 1999 by Alejandro Villarreal, with the purpose of serving society through high quality projects in architecture, product design, visual arts and service design. At the core of their belief system is the underlying idea, that creativity should not serve itself, but should serve society as a whole. You can read more about Hierve, visiting its website. To know more about Case Furniture, visit casefurniture.co.uk. If you are planning to visit the trade show, please stop by to experience the collection and the new furniture pieces presented by Case Furniture in a space located in Hall 8, Stand E113-F114. Source: Hierve
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