Veneer Plywood, 100% Wool Design Felt, Composite Cork

Paper Tray
9 1/2” x 1’-0 1/2” x 2 1/2” (24.2 x 31.9 x 6.4 cm)

Large Box
9 1/2” x 1’-0 1/2” x 3” (24.2 x 31.9 x 7.6 cm)

Small Box
6 1/4” x 9 1/2” x 4” (15.9 x 24.2 x 10.1 cm)

Each Paper Tray comes with removable wool felt insert.

Contract or residential

Dust periodically with a white clean, soft cotton cloth.

Sustainably sourced



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[ 2019 ]

Multiply by Norwegian designer Lars Beller Fjetland is an efficient but elegant storage system of wooden boxes that contain, stack, and quietly stand out. First developed in 1847 and made famous by designers such as Marcel Breuer and Charles & Ray Eames, molded plywood is made through a process of layering veneers and bonding them together with adhesive and just enough heat and pressure.

Each box’s seamless plywood body sits atop a cork base and is lined with a sheet of German wool felt. And while aesthetics are important, these boxes also make a firm stance against throwaway culture and are meant to stand the test of time and gain beauty as they age.

Mix and match three box sizes and four woods to create the perfect nesting place for any prized possession.


Lars on process:

“The Multiply boxes are handcrafted on Denmark’s Island of Funen by a family-owned furniture company that really know their way around laminated wood. No challenge or product seemed to big or small, which made them the obvious partner for this project

A keyword that really describes collection is value. Interacting with something that has been touched by skilled hands, crafted, refined and perfected”

Family dog overseeing the production (Photo: Spinneybeck)

About manufacturer


“Spinneybeck’s current global headquarters are located just outside of Buffalo, New York and are home to the largest supply of quality upholstery leather with a standing inventory of two million square feet. In addition, Spinneybeck has built an unparalleled architectural products line pushing the envelope of the possibilities of leather by taking a natural material from a strictly seating covering to clad the walls, floors, and ceilings of interior spaces. The boundaries of leather are constantly being tested as Spinneybeck rises to meet the needs of the creative and innovative design community.

No other company offers upholstery leather or leather architectural products equal to Spinneybeck. While the word ‘Spinneybeck’ represents the ingredients for ancient leather making, it continues on as a symbol for the world’s finest leathers and leather architectural products.”

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