The Tumble is a cabinet where the user does not have to open the door, gravity does the work!
By simply tilting the small wooden lever on top of the Tumble cabinet slightly forward, the door begins to fall open in a subtle and quiet manner. The funny thing is: you don't expect the door to open by this simple action, let alone with a graceful and slow "swing"! The movement is surprisingly poetic and a delight to the eye.
Available in a number of standard colors which we change from time to time. Feel free to stop by the showroom or contact us to see what is available. Custom colors are also available upon request.
How does it work?
Watch a video of the Tumble's extraordinary movement here:
Red Dot Design Award
Interior 2014, Kortrijk
Transparency of the production chain comes naturally to us.
For us, that doesn't just mean giving information about where something has been produced. Our chain starts much earlier: with the designer of the product!
We'll tell you the whole story. Click on the buttons to discover the different steps:
The Tumble cabinet was designed by Koen Devos. Koen has a passion for the simplicity of objects. In his Design he looks for big, but sometimes also small, unexpected surprises. The inspiration for the Tumble cabinet came, among other things, from fences you often come across at walking routes.
"Doors are usually opened with a handle. These handles are sometimes hidden or emphasized, but they are always present. While most cabinets use the same hinges or sliding mechanisms, there are other ways to open a door. This inspired me to create a cabinet Design where the user does not have to open the door, but gravity does the work!"Koen Devos
CURATE + TRANSLATE
The Tumble cabinet has been part of the Vij5 collection since 2015. When we present Vij5 at fairs and exhibitions, we also always keep our eyes open for interesting new Design for the Vij5 collection. The surprising movement with which the Tumble cabinet opens was spotted by Arjan during Kortrijk Interieur. A few weeks later, the cabinet was awarded a Reddot design award!
After the fair, we met with Koen to discuss our possible collaboration, resulting in a new and eye-catching product for our collection. The prototypes of the cabinets had been made by Koen himself. Together we looked for a suitable manufacturer who could make the cabinets for us in an efficient way. We also added two oak shelves to the inside of the cabinet, making the cabinet more functional.
All you have to do is tilt the wooden stick on top of the cabinet slightly forward and you will be treated to a pleasant surprise!Arjan & Anieke
The Tumble cabinet is produced in its entirety in Hulst (NL) by a manufacturer that is very good at the total picture from basic material to finish. The cabinets are made of MDF and are painted to color in an automatic paint shop after which they are assembled and packed in-house.
The cabinets are made in relatively small series and with that we change the colors regularly.
In the material passport you can find where and by whom the different parts of this product are made.
Lacquered MDF frame, production & assembly in Hulst (NL)
Some (changing) standard colors in stock, custom color possible on request
Oak stick and 2x veneered oak shelves
Made-to-measure brown cardboard packaging made from 80% recycled cardboard, produced in the Netherlands
65cm x 65cm x 35cm
In Vij5 collection since 2015
Would you like to see the [su_post field="post_title"] in real life ?
Then come to our showroom in Eindhoven, as this product is available exclusively through Vij5 and not through regular outlets.
In need of larger numbers or application in a project?
Please contact Arjan and request a quotation here.
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You can visit our studio and workshop to see, feel and experience our products in real life ! We work from a characteristic company hall at the Hallenweg in Eindhoven. Most products can be seen here, but currently the showroom is in use for another large project. So please get in touch and especially let us know what you'd like to see, and we'll see what's possible!
You can make an appointment for this by mail or phone.