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power to make | wine rack 6 bottle | black - LC

power to make | wine rack 6 bottle | black - LC
power to make | wine rack 6 bottle | black - LC
Last Chance

power to make | wine rack 6 bottle | black - LC

Dimensions: adjustable with 8.2cm diameter holes

Regular price $66.00
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The interlocking wine rack is a fun and innovative product that allow you to configure the shape of the rack to suit your need. Whether it is for a display or simply to do the job of stacking those precious liquid away in a cupboard, this product give you the flexibility. You can add additional sets to grow with your wine collection. This listing is for a 6 bottle set. You can also add a champagne insert to this product.
6 bottles set consists of 4 face panels, 5 struts and assembly/care instructions, they come flat pack for shipping. Hole opening is 82mm, designed for standard wine bottle. Not suitable for Champagne and Burgundy bottles. If you need one for Champagne, see our Champagne range. This product is finished with wood oil and made from FSC certified furniture grade film faced Birch plywood. Simply wipe down the surface with a damp cloth occasionally; no detergent or soap as it break down the wax.


Click for more ideas from BRAND | Power to Make

Power to Make is uniquely set up as a micro-manufacturing facility located in Preston, Melbourne. All products are designed and made in house by founders Paul Loh and David Leggett, the duo both trained and practiced as architects in the UK and have extensive research knowledge in digital fabrication and craft.


Click for more ideas from DESIGNER | Paul Loh + David Leggett

Power to Make is uniquely set up as a micro-manufacturing facility located in Preston, Melbourne. All products are designed and made in house by founders Paul Loh and David Leggett, the duo (aka LLDS) both trained and practiced as architects in the UK and have extensive research knowledge in digital fabrication and craft. As a micro-manufacturing facility Power to make are not restricted to mass producing a single type of product to minimised running cost. Being micro, they can be more responsive to client’s requests and demands. They explore making directly from digital model to physical object; merging craft with digital processes. This way of making allows the company to have a continuous feedback between how the furniture performs and its aesthetic, allowing them to craft and refine the digital information they use to make our product.
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