RB73 BRUGES Corten™ Log holder




Corten™ Log holder

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Also looking for a stylish way to stack your firewood…

RB73 introduces a special wood storage 'Bruges' made of 3mm CorTen steel.‎
All too often firewood is piled up in the backyard, preferably out of sight behind a hedge or under a makeshift roof.‎ This while stacked wood can give a very nice picture in the garden.‎ From this basic idea, the Belgian designer Jan Kuppers developed 'Bruges', a storage space from CorTen steel where the natural beauty of stacked wood is combined with the rusted steel in a natural green setting.‎ 'Bruges' took the form of the typical known Belgian façade construction.‎ The design is built up of different modules so that it can be expanded to everyone's individual needs.‎

When designing sustainability, a simple production and quick assembly were central to the design.‎ The basic package consists of 11 laser cut parts, which can be transported as a flat pack.‎ The parts are easy and quick to assemble; the roof is put into shape with a few bolts, the houses themselves get the necessary stability by sliding them together with connecting pieces, for which simple slots are provided in the sheet material.‎ The choice of the raw steel ensures that no complex finishing operations are required.‎ The dimensions are tailored to the standard size of metal plates, to create a minimum of waste.‎ The no-nonsense form of the design flowed from the possibilities of the material and the technique.‎
'Bruges' is therefore more than just a functional solution for storing firewood.‎
It is a stylish, durable and well thought-out outdoor furniture that can be given a prominent and visible place in your garden!

Technical information
Material - 3mm CorTen steel
Base - 3 modules + spacer
Volume - 3.‎5 cubes wood
Dimensions - 380 x 74 x 186 cm (lxwxh)
Simple assembly

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380 x 74 x 186 cm (lxwxh)
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