Kekendo/3 – A Work station with lots of storage Space
approx. 110 × 112 × 56 cm (H × W × D)
film faced plywood panel, birch 15 mm
brown, cream white or phenol red
2.100 € VAT incl.
2.400 € VAT incl.
> phenol red or cream white
Payment & Shipping
free shipping within Germany
> ten textile storage bags for model making materials
> support rails for the storage boxes alongside the worktop (left, right & at the back)
> five drawers for storing materials & three pull-out shelves behind the door
> can be easily moved on five castors, for indoor use, with partial locking
> available in brown, cream white and phenol red
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kekendo/3 under the microscope
A great variety of ideas such as handmade mockups and three-dimensional sketches for instance can also be generated at this worktable while experimenting. Once matured into prototypes, the team surrounding the worktable can directly test them.
The materials required for model making (e.g. Lego® bricks, kinetic sand) are kept ready in textiles storage boxes. These can be flexibly fastened to the mounting rails alongside the edges of the work surface.
Unused materials can be stored inside the drawers together with the textile storage box, yet they are kept within easy reach.
Models can be presented and kept safe on shelves behind the door on the left-hand side.
kekendo is Mandinka and means: „keep fighting, don’t give up“.
The mobile kekendo pieces of furniture are especially appealing as a series for they perfectly complement one another regarding their functions. They support teams during innovation processes by covering and enhancing the phases of understanding, ideation & prototyping of the design thinking method amongst others. They are generally suitable for working situations requiring flexible thinking and creativity. In Mandinka kekendo means: „keep fighting, don’t give up“, so hang on!
Purchasing a whole series is a good catch. It is more inexpensive compared to the prices of the individual pieces of furniture (discount of approx. 5%).
How can exchange and dialogue help give shape to a product? And what do collective design processes look like when there is no common language that everyone masters to the same degree?
You can read everything on the subject in our Bulletin No.1 in which we focus on cooperation. (Some texts translated into english.) We send you a print edition with your order.