Simple, effective, stable, stackable and expandable. STACK clicks together and requires no screws or fixings. The result is an extremely versatile, durable and flexible furniture system that offers countless combinations and possibilities.
For example, two circlular aluminium plates make a handy coffee table, but stack six on top of each other and you have a sculptural totem that can be used as a pedestal or presentation shelving.
Stack intentionally utilizes untreated aluminum to emphasize its inherent qualities, resulting in distinctive imperfections giving each piece a unique character. Moreover, it distinguishes itself as a sustainable choice due to its endless recyclability. As a timeless and practical industrial material, it will acquire a beautiful patina through use. Aluminium satisfies the tension between playful and austere, elegant and robust, everyday and adventurous.
STACK is the first furniture collection by Belgian architect duo studio MOTO
The STACK system arose from a practical necessity. When studio MOTO searched in vain for a filing cabinet with a timeless design that could adapt to changing situations for their own office, they designed their own.
studio MOTO was founded by Thomas Hick and Mo Vandenberghe. They designed, among other things, The Wunderkammer Residence for Museum Dhondt Dhaenens in Deurle, the mirrored chip shops in Brussels, the redevelopment of the botanical garden in Meise and the new Westerpunt observation tower in De Panne. They are currently working on the new master plan and scenography for the Middelheim open-air museum in Antwerp.