Pop artist Dick Frizzell has teamed up with Blum to introduce some kiwi flavour to the highly accredited Austrian made TANDEMBOX intivo drawer. Frizzell describes the design element as "being inspired by Mid Twentieth Modernism."
TANDEMBOX intivo is Blum’s award winning drawer for kitchens, that offers great scope for design and individualism — the top section of the drawer is completely customisable, allowing the individual to choose from a wide variety of materials and colours. Anything from glass (printed with colourful patterns, logos or text), wood, stone, perspex, leather or Frizzell’s kiwiana design in colour or black and white can be used.
Often with kitchens, due to our open plan living, we shy away from using bold colours and textures or anything we fear might date. A pop of colour on the drawer sides is a way to incorporate that bold colour or texture in a way that can be easily interchanged.
"As kitchen buyers taste become more sophisticated, the desire to create individual, customised, highly original designs increases. TANDEMBOX intivo brings endless new possibilities to personalise your kitchen," says Michael Hawkins, Managing Director, Blum New Zealand.
TANDEMBOX intivo has won numerous awards, such as the iF product design award, the red dot award, interzum award and a nomination for the Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany or the German Design Award.