Kartell Componibili Storage Unit
The Componibili Storage Unit (1969) takes its name from componibile, Italian for "modular," consisting of individual storage modules equipped with a sliding front door and tongue-and-groove design to offer attractive, stackable storage. Componibili was designed by Anna Castelli Ferrieri, who was one of the first women to graduate with a degree in architecture from Politecnico di Milano. She then went on to become a prominent architect and designer before co-founding the company Kartell with her husband, Giulio Castelli, in 1949. Made in Italy.