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Coolest Wine Rack Ever

27 Aug

I like my wine.  It’s no secret.  I wish we could cellar a lot of wine, but we just keep drinking it.  However, if we COULD, I would want to do it like this.

(Via 2Modern)

In a world of boring, traditional, and downright tacky wine racks, STACT sets a new standard for simplicity, usability, and style. Brought to life by 2012 ICFF award-winning designer Eric Pfeiffer, it’s a revolution in modularity and versatility.

Modern aesthetic:

STACT is crafted from high quality aircraft-grade anodized aluminum and premium wood veneers, with a high-end appeal previously found only in modern wine cellars, avant-garde restaurants, and wine bars.

Infinitely versatile:

STACT fits any space or décor, giving you an infinite number of configurations and color combinations. There’s beauty in the flexibilty of STACT; mount a single panel, create your own custom pattern and plan, or grow your system as your collection evolves over time. In the kitchen, in the dining room, or as the heart of your cellar, you can build STACT to fit your space.


Minimalist design:

Enjoying and celebrating your collection means that the focus belongs to the bottle. Traditional wine racks and storage solutions shift that focus away to the rack itself. With STACT, the rack is beautiful and subtle, giving the stage to your collection as it grows. Each bottle sits comfortably in its own space, as if suspended in mid-air. Cradled by two precision-machined extrusions, it’s secure in a place of prominence.

Available for pre-order on Kickstarter. $95+

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2 Responses to “Coolest Wine Rack Ever”

  1. Dana@Mid2Mod August 27, 2012 at 2:25 pm #

    Oh, wow…that is amazing! I’m going to have to show it to my daughter.

  2. Brooke August 27, 2012 at 8:29 am #

    To DIE for. If only I had more wallspace. Love it.

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