The BAD HAUS Cubes-Bookshelves-Bookcases-Console Tables-Side Tables, manufactured by French-based company ACRILA, is another fine example of the way top fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac is able to mix design with art and produce objects that combine elements of Pop Art, Bauhaus and Piet Mondrian’s work, all in one piece.
Each BAD HAUS Cube (48.5 x 59.5 x H 59.5 cm) is made of polymethyl-methacrylate in 15 mm thick sheets (PMMA is a transparent and resistant thermoplastic material that is traded under various trade names such as Plexiglass, Perspex , Altuglass, Lucite , Acrylic etc.).
Each side of the Cubes has a different color (4 colors in total: red, yellow, green, blue) imprinted on the back of the acrylic glass by Digital Laser Printing.
The BAD HAUS Cubes form part of a wider Collection of furniture designed by world famous fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac and presented by ACRILA in 2008 for the first time (please see other creations of the same Collection presented in our relevant posts).
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