glasnost has been produced for 6 years and in that time, it has become a true classic. The innovative material, the careful processing and the timeless design turn this mail box into a product with a long-lasting lifetime.
Glasnost was designed by Peter Keilbach and it was awarded the Form design prize in 2001. But not only its look is convincing: All glasnost mail boxes emphasise a good acoustic design. The role model was allegedly the bass guitar of Deep Purple.
Installed in the entrance area of a house, glasnost tells you a lot about the people who live there.
glasnost.glass is the original. The name is also the concept of the mail box. glasnost.glass is the first commercial mail box with a frameless, translucent front.
The pure, classic design is highlighted even more strongly in glasnost.metal, the full stainless steel variation.
glasnost.wood creates strong contrasts with its combination of stainless steel and larch wood. The larch wood, which is rich in resin, is highly suitable for outdoors. It comes untreated and can be painted, lacquered, glazed or oiled as desired. It is recommended to leave the larch wood untreated, as it will over time get a lively patina.
A beautiful and practical supplement: The glasnost.newsbox for your newspapers is available, matching the glasnost mail box in glass, stainless steel or wood.
The slot has the dimensions 320 x 32 mm and meets the requirements of Deutsche Post standards.
The front of the glasnost.glass and glasnost.metal can also be labelled with a house number, company or family names. Furthermore, the mail boxes are available in other colours and patterns.