Matrioshka Storage by twentytree design was created by young designer from Serbia Saša Mitrović who was inspired by the the iconic Russian doll named Babushka. Matrioshka collection made its debut at the Milan Design Week 2013 as a part of Creative Space Serbia exhibition.
From the Designer:
Matrioshka is a system of wooden storage units which nest in one another. Its components (wardrobes, drawer units, sideboards) can be pulled out and arranged in any setting to the customer's liking. Matrioshka, like the Russian doll it is named after, started off as a game, but it is a subtle one that makes you think about the mystery concealed behind the exterior appearance. It is an object that contains objects and, concurrently, protects our identity.
Placing one inside another reduce shipping cost and more important there is no need for assembling cabinets, you just pull them out and arrange it as you like. With this system moving house has never been easier.
Matrioshka set contains 2 wardrobes, 3 cabinets, 2 standalone drawers and 2 legs (bigger one and smaller one). Additional elements of cabinets such as partitions and legs are stored in the back, not to violate the concept.
Matrioshka made debut at the Milan Design Week 2013 as a part of Creative Space Serbia exhibition.
Cupboards and legs can be purchased separately. Colours can be chosen from pantone colour palette.
Project: Matrioshka Set
Designed by Saša Mitrović and twentytree design