BackSilo Winerack

from 135 $

Based on a continuous loop, Chris Martin designed the wine rack in an unbroken line of wood, where the bottles rest firmly in milled-out compartments. Silo holds its bottles securely and in a horizontal position. The bottles have a 3.87 degree inclination to keep the wine in constant contact with the cork, something that stops the cork from drying out and spoiling the wine.


Silo is a wine rack that takes its name from containers and the friend of the Greek wine god, Silenus. The rack which has a typology taken from traditional wine cellars can store 4 bottles per unit and can be stacked up to four units high.

Silo Winerack

from 135 $

Based on a continuous loop, Chris Martin designed the wine rack in an unbroken line of wood, where the bottles rest firmly in milled-out compartments. Silo holds its bottles securely and in a horizontal position. The bottles have a 3.87 degree inclination to keep the wine in constant contact with the cork, something that stops the cork from drying out and spoiling the wine.


Silo is a wine rack that takes its name from containers and the friend of the Greek wine god, Silenus. The rack which has a typology taken from traditional wine cellars can store 4 bottles per unit and can be stacked up to four units high.

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PRODUCT DIMENSIONS:
Width: 445 mm / 17.36 inch
Depth: 240 mm / 9.36 inch
Height: 147.5 mm / 5.75 inch
Weight: 930 g / 1.98 lbs

PACKAGING SPECIFICATIONS:
Box:
Width: 470 mm / 18.33 inch
Depth: 255 mm / 9.95 inch
Height: 160 mm / 6.24 inch
Total Weight: 1.4 kg / 3.09 lbs

  • Year of release: 2022
  • Designer: Chris Martin

For cleaning of wooden surfaces, advantageously use a detergent, or mild pH neutral detergent and lukewarm water in a well wrung cloth. Then wipe off with clean water and wipe dry.
To preserve the look and finish you should be aware not to use:
– Alkaline or aggressive cleaners,
– Solvent
– Preparations containing abrasives,
– Abrasive tools.
Remember not to let the cleaners or other liquids on the surface for long. For furniture and surfaces for use in public spaces, it is also important to remember not to use disinfectants that contain a high concentration of alcohol or alkaline substances, such as 70% alcohol. There are disinfectants that can be advantageously used, but that does not affect the painted / varnished surface appreciably. Note that freshly painted surfaces are susceptible to scratching. Surface final resistance is only achieved after about a month. Tape and other foreign substances such as, for example, adhesive and moisturizers can soften the treated surface and cause peeling /paint drop.

  • Seat height:
  • Top size:
  • Base size:
  • Width: 470 mm / 18.5 inch
  • Length: 255 mm / 10.04 inch
  • Height: 160 mm / 6.3 inch
  • Weight: 1.4 kg / 3.09 lb
  • Volume:
Silo Winerack

"Silo is a functional and logical wine rack. But something distracted me, it was almost too logical. It felt like you should be able to lift it up into place. It almost called for handles, even though it’s really an unnecessary feature. I quickly realized that we already had the handle shape in the grooves on which the bottles rested. After that, my job was done. The handles are a subtle detail that give an added a charm to the wine rack”

Chris Martin
The Little Things collection

About the collection

The Little Things is a collection of smaller furniture pieces and accessories designed by the company’s design director Chris Martin. In The Little Things, Chris Martin gave special attention to smaller objects that we encounter in our everyday lives and perhaps take for granted. The collection was designed with the aim of creating objects with the ability to gild everyday life.

“I wanted to change the scale of the things I normally design. It turned out that it is a similar process as when I design furniture, it is the same struggle, even for smaller objects. But the reward is worth it, because as the saying goes, it’s the little things that make a big difference,” says Chris Martin.