Inspired by everyday geometries, MOD is furniture – infrastructure for living & working – that recognizes our inherent desire to re-arrange space. Each product is composed of several pieces that can be combined, grouped, dispersed, stacked and arranged in multiple ways. Some can be expanded endlessly, others are finite.
Founded by the architecture and design firm Min | Day, MOD creates objects that inspire improvisation.
Complex geometry creates interactive and playful seating. Soft Stones are a seating set with 8 unique components. When composed, the pieces nest to form a rectangular block for lounging. When separated, the individual pieces become moveable seats, stools or tables that can be arranged as desired. Soft Stones can be appreciated in the sculptural individuality of each component or the changing overall form. For indoor use.
Striking and sculptural, AVA is a modular storage and display system allowing multiple configurations from the simple stack to the highly dynamic and unexpected. Just like one? Use AVA as a stool or a side table to add a little drama to your room. Available in powder coated steel. For indoor use.
Originally designed for an arts center in the Midwest, the PenTables reinterpret the collaborative and flexible table. Used individually, it is an unusual 5-sided table; grouped together the tables open up endless possibility. Multiple combinations suit almost any situation or event. Made of welded steel with a powder-coated finish, legs attach to top with hidden fasteners. Tables rest atop total-lock casters with non-marking wheels. For indoor use. Designed with architecture students from FACT at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.