The Hash Grid Shelf by Minimalux is made using 33 precision-milled metal bars. This is the first piece of furniture for the London design brand, founded by former design director at Established & Sons, Mark Holmes.
Holmes, who launched Minimalux in 2009, explains that the brand has been looking to expand without compromising its commitment to quality.
He elucidates, "In the process we've created a series of larger designs that maintain the same material and formal values we've worked very hard to build and communicate." Holmes has conceived Hash as the beginning of a new genre within the company, one which he refers to as "engineered furniture."
The unit is available in stainless or polished brass, a material which responds well to age, developing a timeless sheen. The lasting quality of the material is especially appealing considering the "throw-away culture," as Holmes describes it, that we live in today.
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