+Made in the USA, designed in Brooklyn with you and the environment in mind
Elevate your desk surface by 10" to work standing with this easy to assemble, minimalist, and friendly desk riser.
Modos is a tool-free furniture system that uses connectors and boards to make any furniture you want. We believe that furniture should be an investment, be durable, evolve with your needs, and limit your environmental footprint.
Top surface 20" width x 12" depth
100% FSC Certifiable
Birch ply with a UV cured clear coat.
Connectors are clear anodized aluminum, strong and lightweight materials that come from or have recycled content, are eco-friendly, sustainably harvested, and can be either recycled or composted
Quality materials that last a lifetime
The wood panels are made from 13 layers of kiln-dried, sustainably-harvested birch, which is then laminated with maple or walnut veneers, making them incredibly strong, stable, and beautiful. The layers are held together with soy-based glue (not some scary formaldehyde-based glue) resulting in the highest quality, wood you can buy.
Modos was started by two guys in Brooklyn who were frustrated with most of the furniture on the market. Much of the ready to assemble furniture on the market today are made to look simple to assemble but is actually challenging. When moving into a new home, furniture is often thrown away and replaced because it doesn't withstand the move or doesn't fit into the new space.
The founders of Modos thought there must a better option, which is why they invented Modos, user-friendly furniture that assembles without tools and can be reconfigured into a different shape each time a move occurs. Modos is a high-quality and sustainable product for a reasonable price that will stay with you for a lifetime.
Made in the USA, designed in Brooklyn
We're proud to say that Modos is made in the USA. Our connectors are manufactured in the Southeast. The wood boards start in North Carolina and are finished at our offices in the Brooklyn Navy Yards in Brooklyn, New York. Modos is a member of New Lab, an interdisciplinary space designed to support entrepreneurs.