Aleksander Lesiewicz

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Liquor cabinet – 24H CONTAINER

The idea behind the project was to create a modular and mobile liquor cabinet that can be configured to suit one’s needs. The form, the material used and the visual identification of the product have been inspired by wooden transport crates. The structure of the piece of furniture is a stainless steel frame mounted on four metal wheels, filled with birch plywood boxes. The cabinet can be composed of different modules, with five types of filling, equipped with a modern smart-touch opening system. There is an additional element in the form of a board that fits into each of the four divisions on the top of the rack, which is perfect for preparing and serving drinks. The capstone of the project is a series of pictograms, which show the user the idea of what is inside.

24H CONTAINER is convenient and intuitive and easy to use.

(born 1992)
Studies: Faculty of New Media Arts of the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw (first-cycle, 2011–2015) and Faculty of Interior Design of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (second-cycle, 2015–2017).  Fields of artistic activity: interior and furniture design, visual communication. Co-owner of the 4RoOMS design studio. Group exhibitions: MTP Arena Design in Poznań (2013 and 2014), Wawa Design Festival (2013 and 2014), Łódź Design Festival (2014). Honourable mention in the competition for the conceptual design of the Japanese Pavilion in the Silesian Park in Chorzów (2014).