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Our client in this case was Lulebo, a real estate company. Target audience: People who lives in industrial countries and uses TV, Telephone and … Read More
Our client in this case was Lulebo, a real estate company. Target audience: People who lives in industrial countries and uses TV, Telephone and something called Internet. Our role: The aim was to develop a media cabinet that could handle broadband equipment for apartment installation. Challenge: It already existed a variety of media cabinets on the market when we joined forces with Lulebo. So the greatest challenge was to create a media cabinet with features that no professional installer could refuse. It should be really easy to handle and to install. It would have been a dream if we could make the problem with cable entanglement a memory from the good old days. Solution: The cabinet is a standardized 10”-rack made out of one single piece of a laser cut and folded aluminum plate. We came up with a unique pattern that made it possible to organize the cables in a nice and effective way. The cabinet can be installed inside a wardrobe or inside a wall. Highlights: Not more than a week after we presented the solution to Lulebo, the organization Ensto Sweden bought the whole concept. Partners: Joel Thorstensson
 Erik Lyberg Lunet Quick summary: Estimated time from sketch board to the first prototype: 30 days
 Client: Lulebo AB
 & Ensto Sweden Tools: Literature, digital camera, markers, paper, illustration-software, modeling plastics & CAD-software. Read Less
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