Produced from 8mm thick MDF, and available in a multitude of colour options, the Mini Module with Horizontal Divisions is a piece designed for longevity. Thanks to the modular nature of the Mini collection one can add to their set-up as and when necessary, with the 35cm x 35cm squared units allowing for a myriad of different configurations.
Designed to be fitted to a wall, this particular unit is well-suited for organisational storage, with the dividing shelves allowing for the separated stacking of a number of items, such as magazines, books or documents. The unit comes with a ten-year guarantee and is certified to Eurolabel standards, meaning that the piece has been produced to the strongest ecological standards.
Peter J. Lassen is a Danish designer who, in 1982, founded Montana Furniture.
Following a career in the Navy, Lassen would join the furniture industry via a role at Fritz Hansen, where he would eventually become CEO. Following his dismissal from Fritz Hansen, where his modern ideas were deemed too progressive in the late 1970s, Lassen formed Montana around an innovative 60x60 shelving unit concept, which would go on to form the basis for the company at large. Lassen was one of the most celebrated personalities in the Danish furniture industry until his death in 2019.