Minou Farkhondeh and Thomas Reichel founded the Cubit furniture brand in Dusseldorf in 2006, striving to design minimalist, premium-quality modular furniture: modular shelving, modular sofas, a customisable lamp... Our standards in terms of design, functionality and material quality are very high and evolve with each new project. We offer the basis for personalised interiors: it is the customer who decides on the final appearance of the furniture.
All our furniture reflects our vision of a futuristic, refined, and timeless design. We make no concessions when it comes to design.
Available in numerous colours and dimensions, our creations allow everyone to create a customised item of furniture, almost made to measure, of a unique design adaptable to all styles.
Modular and evolving
Thanks to its clever design, you can upgrade shelving, sofa, and the Cubit lamp over time. Move the modules around to create a new look for your sofa, divide your shelving unit into two, order new modules to increase the size of your book shelving or your sofa.
The quality is an extension of the design. Our furniture’s premium quality finish gives it a unique style that makes it stand out. This distinctiveness is immediately perceptible when viewing the furniture for the first time. This is what we call the “The Cubit effect“.
A fair price
In order to offer a fair price, Cubit furniture is sold exclusively through cubit-shop.com, with no intermediary. When you buy Cubit’s modular furniture, you are paying, first and foremost, for the quality of the finish.
Our artistic director always says “We don’t do machine production”, which means that it is a real challenge to manufacture our furniture requiring numerous manual crafting stages.
Let’s design our future together
Whether you want to design new products, or open new showrooms... We are always looking to meet great people... Would you like to design the future with us? Contact us!
The Cubit showroom at Time Work Space
Every Thursday from 10am to 6pm, discover and test Cubit shelving, sofas, and lamps in a converted industrial building in a co-working space in Puteaux (near La Défense, 3 km from Paris).More information