Vitra Toolbox

Designed by Arik Llevy and Pippo Lionni


Item Number: 1382
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A student of Art Center College of Design, Arik Levy has taught at École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle (ENSCI) and led design workshops at various design schools in Europe. His Toolbox (2010) offers fast, easy access to the tools of your trade. Pencils and notebooks, scissors and yarn, paints and brushes – this multifunctional carryall will keep those implements and others organized. Not limited to office spaces, it can also be used to hold items ranging from kitchen utensils to cosmetics and toiletries. The convenient handle allows easy transport. Accessories not included. Made in Germany.

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H 6.25" W 12.75" D 6.5"


ABS plastic.

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