• ARTISAN Latus Modular System
  • ARTISAN Latus Modular System
  • ARTISAN Latus Modular System
  • ARTISAN Latus Modular System

ARTISAN Latus Modular System


Model: Latus Modular System
Design by 
Salih Teskeredžic 

Ordering time :16-20 weeks

Artisan uses solid wood from renewable resources in their production, only environmentally-friendly materials for treatment, natural oils and wax that emphasize the luxurious and organic beauty of wood texture and that enable it to "breathe" naturally. Pure nature, transformed and formed into one of the most honest designs.

Dimensions (cm) & Description   
Low Board Modular
90 x 55 x 30 - 1 open compartment (right)- anex

180 x 55 x 30 - 2 drawers (left)

180 x 55 x 30 - 1 drawer + 1 open compartment (right) - anex 

270 x 55 x 30 - 2 drawers + 1 open compartment in middle

Wall Modular
180 x 35 x 25 - 1 open + 1 flip door (left)

180 x 35 x 25 - 1 flip door + 1 open (right)

90 x 35 x 25 - open compartment (right)

270 x 35 x 25 - 2 open compartment + 1 flip dppr in middle

180 x 35 x 25 - 2 drawers (left)

225 x 20 x 4 - shelf

Oak, American walnut, European walnut, maple, elm, cherry

Price range: From HKD$2,300 - $40,100

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Salih Teskeredžic obtained the BA at the Architectural Faculty in Sarajevo 1987, and MA in Product Design, at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo 2003.Univesity professor Salih Teskeredžic teaches Industrial design since 2004, and since 2006 he is a Head of Product Design Department at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo, and visiting professor at the Polytechnic faculty in Bihac and Civil Engineering Faculty in Sarajevo. In year 2000 he founds his first design and architecture studio in Vienna, and in 2007 he founds AD ARTE studio in Sarajevo. The main scope of the studios work in dedicated to product design, interior design and architecture. His works have been produced in several European countries: Austria, Denmark, Italy and Germany, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina. He exhibited on several fairs including Milan, Cologne, Paris, Copenhagen, Vienna, Ulm, Zagreb, Belgrade, Sarajevo, as well as on the solo exhibitions: Design+Architektur in Vienna in 1999, Sarajevo 1997 and 2001.

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