DEPO

Design by Steffen Hennings, 2020

The DEPO bedside table can be hung on the bed side of various ZEITRAUM beds. The position is freely selectable, it is fixed to the bed frame to secure it. There is a cable outlet in the bottom of the storage compartment.

The DEPO bedside table simplifies storage by the bed. The reduced form creates space for the essentials: the large compartment on the underside offers space for magazines and books, while small items or a drinking bottle can be stored in the upper area. A light can also be positioned through the cable outlet on the bottom of the compartment.

DEPO can be attached to the bed in a few simple steps. The bedside cabinet is hung on the side of the bed and fixed with a simple tensioning system.

The design thrives on the tension between closed and broken surfaces. The lively grain of the wood contrasts the strictly geometric shape of the bedside table.

DEPO stands for simplicity and reduction in form and material.

Dimensions & TypeInformation materialCAD Data

Bedside table, solid wood
For hanging in the bed side, freely positionable, fixable
With cable outlet on the bottom of the storage compartment

Fit the beds DOZE, FRIDAY NIGHT, FUSION, SNOOZE and all SIMPLE beds except SIMPLE SOFT

Material:Ash white oiled, oak, knotty oak, oak colour stain, American cherry, American walnut, European walnut
Hook fitting black sheet steel, black powder-coated
Dimensions:h 16 cm, w 45 cm, d 44 cm

Here you can find all relevant product information for download.
If you need more information, please contact us directly.

CategoryData
Type listPDFDownload
Sustainability certificatesPDFDownload
Care instructionsPDFDownload
Assembly instructionPDFDownload

Here you can download the 2D and 3D models.
If you need more data for planning, please contact us directly.

CategoryData
2D DatadwgDownload
3D DatadwgDownload
3D Data3dsDownload
Free standing productpngDownload

Steffen Hennings

Steffen Hennings ( born 1989 in Hanover ) is a trained carpenter and product designer as a graduate of the Akademie für Gestaltung in Münster. His focus is on designing and constructing pieces of furniture as well as on planing and developing interior designs.