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Item No. 100469734
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OE1 Workbox

$145.00
4.7 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100469734
New Arrival

OE1 Workbox

$145.00
Folkstone Grey
Glacier
Nightfall
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  • Made from 99% post-consumer plastic recycled from refrigerators.
  • A highly organized catch-all.
  • Simple to carry and stack.
  • 6⅜" H 17" W 9" D
Detailed Dimensions

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OE1 Workbox
$145.00
Details

Details

An essential modern organizer based on a utilitarian classic, the OE1 Workbox (2023) helps keep tools and personal items at hand throughout a busy workday. Part of the OE1 Collection, it was designed by Kim Colin and Sam Hecht to declutter home or office while offering easy portability. Made from 99% recycled plastic, the convenient catch-all has an ergonomic handle, multi-size compartments, and a cover/tray to organize essentials – from power cords and chargers to office or craft supplies – and you’ll find it comes in just as handy in the bath, kitchen, and playroom. Made in U.S.A.
  • Made from 99% post-consumer plastic recycled from refrigerators.
  • A highly organized catch-all.
  • Simple to carry and stack.
Brand
Herman Miller
Collection
OE1 Collection
General Dimensions
  • 6⅜" H 17" W 9" D
Product Weight
4.5 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
Item No.
100469734

OE1 Workbox

  • Height (in): 6⅜
  • Width (in): 17
  • Depth (in): 9
  • Weight (lbs): 4.5
  • 99% recycled plastic from refrigerators, 1% coloring agent

Sam Hecht and Kim Colin

Together, Kim Colin and Sam Hecht are partners in London-based design firm Industrial Facility, founded jointly in 2002, where they approach architecture and industrial design by carefully considering context in combination with minimalist aesthetics and real-world utility.

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