sleek and stylish designs have caught the eye of the European Product Design Awards, with the brand scooping up bronze in the 2018 awards for their ID Collection by lead designer Inês Sabino.
With the ID Collection, which consists of two shapes with six functions, Fabri's biggest challenge was designing pieces that have as many functions as possible to fit into the modern home.
The kitchen countertop is the perfect surface for serving drinks and snacks – its stylish, minimalist design will add class to any event.
Storage facilities are effortlessly integrated, creating a minimalist look while hiding what is stored on the inside. This arrangement maximises the available space.
The counters have built-in wheels and handles, which facilitate effortless mobility. The wheels are concealed underneath the units to ensure ease of movement without compromising the aesthetics of the collection. The mobility of the unit makes it a useful piece that can be used in any room of the house.
With all that hidden storage space, there is an array of items you could keep in the unit.
The counter has been designed so it can work in several rooms of the house as either a statement piece or a functional addition to the home.
The counter can be used as a tall chair or as a tea trolley. Both the chair and the tea trolley functions can be integrated into a standard kitchen counter, where it can easily be pulled out when required.