Modular is often associated with poor quality and lackluster design. But it needn’t be. Coquo offers simple, made in Canada, modular kitchen furniture that’s equally durable, versatile, and timeless.
A subsidiary of Cuisines Steam, cuquo–I cook in Latin–is designed so that the pieces can be recycled in their function. And not necessarily just within the kitchen.
“We had a need to rethink the space with complete freedom, and a crazy desire to deconstruct our way of imagining the kitchen for the past several years,” says Brigitte Boulanger, Cuisines Steam’s co-founder, and coquo’s co-creator.
“With coquo we are breaking the rules that define the kitchen to let magic happen with our concept.”
“All our modules and collections are compatible and can be mixed so that you can create your own layout,” Brigitte explains.
Made in Montreal, cuquo’s modular kitchen furniture is made of solid wood and steel. The pieces are crafted using traditional woodworking techniques, such as mortise-and-tenon joinery and dovetail joints.
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