October 21, 2014

modern office boby™ organizer, white / furniture plastic / office furniture

Joe Colombo Boby Office Furniture Organizing Trolley on Casters: Available in several heights and colors.

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Organize your desk with this versatile storage container on casters. For business and home office. Unclutter, simplify and organize your desk top and your office environment with this extremely versatile mobile storage container on casters. This handy organizer will be a functional everyday organizing tool. It will free-up space so you can concentrate on getting some actual work done! With a height of 29.25" it tucks neatly under most tables or next to your office desk.

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Modular Storage is perfect for Architects (stores architectural plans easily).

Several trays are the perfect size to store your paper, envelopes, stamps, paperclips, pens, calculator, invoices, bills, etc. The side panels can be removed to store posters & tubes. Because of its organizing capabilities, it is a perfect office organizer for architects, designers or artists. Sturdy as well, this is made of superior grade plastic which is almost indestructible. This wonderful piece of furniture is must-have for both home- and office environments. Check our amazing selection for all your home office needs featuring office storage solutions, office furniture, office chairs, storage cabinets, storage furniture, file storage and office cabinets.

This ultra modern office makes use of the Slow Chairs and the Joe Colombo mobile Boby Office Organizing Trolleys on Casters.  Both available from Stardust Modern Design.

Available from Stardust

Boby Is Much More Than A Simple Container: It Is The Trolley Storage Unit That Made Design History. Designed By Joe Colombo And Launched In 1970, It Was Awarded First Prize At Smau In 1971 And Is Part Of The Permanent Collection Of Both The Moma And The "triennale" In Milan. Functionality And Detail Are Its Strong Points Which, Together With An Undeniably Pop Flavour, Continue To Make It The Most Popular Storage Trolley In Creativity Sectors As Well As In The Medical, And In The Home. Designed With Injection-moulded Abs Plastic Drawers And Compartments That Guarantee Simple Vertically Modular Solutions, Boby Provides Versatile Customised Storage Capacity, While Its Polypropylene Casters Guarantee Full Mobility. Multi-function Mobile Units, Like "visiona 1","total Furnishing", "roto-living","cabriolet-bed" And "mini-kitchen". Many Of His Works Have Been Exhibited And Included In The Most Important Museums's Collections All Over The World. He Has Been Awarded In Many Prizes And Quoted In Selections, I.e.: In-arch Award For A Hotel's Fitting-out ; At The Xiii Triennale, One Gold Medal For The "acrilica" Lamp And Two Silver Medals For "combi-center" And "mini-kitchen" Respectively; The "compasso D'oro" For The "spider" Lamp And The Air-conditioner "candyzionatore"; The International Design Award For The "coupe" And "spring"lamps; The Tecnhotel Award For The "universale" Chair And The S.m.a.u.award For The "boby" Trolley. By Experimenting New Materials And Using Most Advanced Technologies, He Creates A Kind Of "machines For Living", Habitat Of The Future: After Experiences In Various Art's Fields,from Informal Painting To Furnishings, Since 1963 He Devotes Himself To The Industrial Design For A Mass-production; Many Of Those Objects, Assembled In Different Ways, Look As True Systems. "The possibilities presented by the extraordinary development of audiovisual processes are enormous…… Distances will no longer have much importance; no longer will there be any justification for the 'megalopolis'….Furnishings will disappear…the habitat will be everywhere... Now, if the elements necessary to human existence could be planned with the sole requirements of maneuverability and flexibility...,then we would create an inhabitable system that could be adapted to any situation in space and time..." - Joe Colombo Image Credit: Metrocs, Foranew, Rakuten, Japan and moderndesign.org.



Colombo Office Organizer on Wheels

Cesare (known as Joe) Colombo was born in Milan in 1930. Essentially self-taught, he attended the Academy in Brera and then the faculty of Architecture at the Politecnico in Milan for a few years. Before becoming a designer he worked as a painter, builder, car salesman (his passion for cars remained with him) and entrepreneur in the electrics field. The technological utopia of Joe Colombo's designs encompasses many of the hopes of the Sixties in Italy and Europe without becoming imprisoned by ideological restraints. Here are a few of the most significant milestones in his extremely rapid escalation to designer of international renown, the symbol of an era. In 1963 he opened his first studio in Milan. In 1964 he won 3 medals at the "XIII Triennale" in Milan. In 1967 he won the Gold Compass. In 1968 he received his first International Design Award in Chicago. In 1969 three of his objects were already part of the permanent collection at MOMA. He died prematurely on 30th July 1971 on his 41st birthday.