Handmade Cubist Wooden Animal
Kubi, a wooden animal based on cubist shapes, was conceived by the German designer Simon Kux and is the result of a graphic analysis of the archetype of an undefined animal. Neither horse nor camel, dog or donkey - it does not reveal to the viewer what species it is. Rather, this handmade wooden object is a representative of the entire species of animals, a decorative object, which despite its reduced, minimalist design is able to stimulate the imagination.
As a sort of mascot for the Connox collection, Kubi is a representative of the entire collection: Handmade objects with a modern and minimalist design as well as natural materials from regional production.
Bookends and Paperweight
In addition to the purely decorative aspects of Kubi, the wooden animal can also be used as an alternative book end or paperweight. Smaller booklets or letters in the hallway are simply leaned against the decoration figure, which with its straightforward design supports the paper and ensures order.
Moreover, it can also be used as a weight for important notes and letters.
The Kubi wooden animal from the Connox collection is handcrafted from painted MDF wood in Germany. A nylon cord on its end functions as the tail and an engraving "Design by Simon Kux" on the inside of the leg completes the design and makes it a very special design object.
Other variants of the wooden animal in different colours, as well as unique items made of recycled wood are available upon request.