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Richard Mu­nao, founder and MD of fur­ni­ture re­tailer Cult, nom­i­nates a de­signer piece to buy new and trea­sure for­ever. “The hum­ble Panton ‘Wire’ cube, de­signed by Verner Panton in 1971, re­cently re-emerged as a col­lectable af­ter Dan­ish stor­age com­pany Montana took over pro­duc­tion and re­leased new ad­di­tions of this ver­sa­tile prod­uct.

Raw yet el­e­gant and light yet in­dus­trial, the Panton ‘Wire’ unit can be used in­di­vid­u­ally or in com­bi­na­tion, on the floor, hang­ing on the wall or stacked, or as room di­viders in all types of spa­ces.

Sold with the hard­ware for join­ing and mount­ing, the units can eas­ily be re­pur­posed over time. They’re also sturdy, made with 5mm chrome-plated steel that will last for decades. The cubes are avail­able in chrome or lac­quered fin­ishes in Black, Snow and Moulin Rouge [dark red], plus a lim­it­ededi­tion gold fin­ish.

For added ver­sa­til­ity, Montana has in­tro­duced a new cube depth of 20cm, and sizes can be com­bined for more in­ter­est­ing con­fig­u­ra­tions. Don’t miss the new range of shelves and tops that in­stantly con­vert this sim­ple cube into a ta­ble, seat­ing or func­tional stor­age.”

Panton ‘Wire’ cubes, from $305, or with mar­ble top (pic­tured above), $585, Cult;

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