Praising Laser-Cut Design: Foley Cube Bench by Modloft

The Foley Cube Bench by Modloft's invincible metal construction factors in magnificent architectural durability, while the punch of lacquered color adds the exclamation point that ses to be at the top of its class.

Foley Cube Bench in black. Manufactured by Modloft.

In Red, Black or White, the Laser-Cut Steel Foley Cube Bench Calls on Italian Design Accenting All of the Right Places.

Starting out in Venice, Italy, it seems the story of Modloft is one of pure importing and distribution. Only after rethinking the possibilities of design did founder Ted Toledano consider a bigger project for his start-up. Now, the reinvention of Modloft has done wonders for distributing affordable, urban furniture worldwide. "We are passionate about what we sell and take pride in delivering a 'wow' factor to each location we furnish," he says of the company philosophy. "The result was an affordable European quality collection inspired from New York style lofts and today's smaller living spaces."

Praising Laser-Cut Design: Foley Cube Bench by ModloftPraising Laser-Cut Design: Foley Cube Bench by Modloft

Foley Cube Bench in red. Manufactured by Modloft.

The laser-cut steel Foley Cube Bench is an example of the collection present on the Modloft site. Measuring just 16" x 16" x 16", its small footprint in black, white or bright red adds a punch of modern design to the foot of your bed, residential living area an even hotel lobbies. With the plan to continue expanding their selection of products, Modloft will soon also be snagging dealers in every metropolitan city in the U.S. and abroad to bring the spirit of artistic, long-lasting Italian products into homes and commercial settings everywhere.

Praising Laser-Cut Design: Foley Cube Bench by Modloft

Create a simple solution to a drab room with a beautiful Italian-inspired bench like the Foley Cube. It's laser-cut steel esign is the added punch of color that will bring your design mind into focus.

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Posted December 21, 2011 by Sonja Hall

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