Uten.Silo I Red Large by Dorothee Becker,1969 - Wall Organizer | Vitra
Uten.Silo I White Large by Dorothee Becker,1969 - Wall Organizer | Vitra
Uten.Silo I Black Large by Dorothee Becker,1969 - Wall Organizer | Vitra
Uten.Silo II White Small by Dorothee Becker,1969 - Wall Organizer | Vitra
Uten.Silo II Black Small by Dorothee Becker,1969 - Wall Organizer | Vitra
Uten.Silo II Red Small by Dorothee Becker,1969 - Wall Organizer | Vitra
Uten.Silo I by Dorothee Becker,1969 - Wall Organizer | Vitra
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Uten.Silo

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Vitra
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RM2,200.00
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With containers of different shapes and sizes, metal hooks and clips, Uten.Silo brings order to offices, kitchens, workshops, bathrooms and children's rooms. 

The Vitra Uten.Silo, designed by Dorothee Becker, combines industrial precision with a playful design. It is a functional product with a high design quality. The Vitra Design Museum produce both the original 1969 version of Uten.Silo and a smaller one dating from 1970. It is truly an iconic design that transcends time.

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Technical Details

Material: ABS plastic.

Hooks: nickle-plated metal.

Dimensions

Designer

Designed by Dorothee Becker, 1969

Dorothee Becker, born 1938 in Aschaffenburg, Germany, studied languages in Frankfurt and Munich. After living for a time in London and Paris, she moved to California in 1960. She returned to Germany with her husband, Ingo Maurer, and ran a successful shop for well-designed and practical everyday objects until 1989. Becker has continued her creative activities to the present day.