As more and more people escape the solitude and isolation of rural living and seek company and new prospects in the city, it is believed that urbanisation will grow from 3.9 billion to 6.4 billion by the year 2050*. As more and more people choose to swap the countryside for city living, questions have been raised regarding where these people are going to live. In a world where natural resources and free space is limited as it is, we need to be more conscious about making use of every free square metre of space that we can find. This is where Bruynzeel archive box shelving and storage systems prove to be so useful. Our tried and tested smart urban living solutions help free up more floor space, maximise existing storage space, and help us to reduce our carbon footprints, while keeping energy costs low in the process.
Ever thought about how so much space in your bedroom is just being wasted? How about the fact that you have so much empty space just sitting there and going to waste? If not, once you learn more about Bruynzeel’s storage systems and movable shelving, you’ll likely change your tune. Bruynzeel have created a new and innovative way to maximise existing space in your home when you aren’t using it, combining different urban living functions to provide space when you need it, or to keep it hidden away out of sight when you don’t.
Bruynzeel have worked in collaboration with a wide range of architect firms and industry experts to deliver the best system and solution for urban living that money can buy. We invite you to get in touch and brainstorm with us about your ideas, your requirements, and your desires when it comes to storage solutions. Regardless of which industry you work in, whether you be a shop fitter, an architect, a contractor, a designer, a consultant, or anything else, we welcome your ideas and suggestions and are here to help you maximise existing space.
Tiny housing, Sweden
Bruynzeel has produced an innovative movable furniture wall. All companies contributed with their expertise in this project. Tengbom contributed with the design and Bruynzeel developed and produced the flexible furniture wall.