Type nuts — here’s something new to obsess over: Sanserif Creatius will be introducing a new decorative modular system serving as shelving or to divide spaces or even as a counter. COMA, whose name is taken from comma (the punctuation mark) is made of two modules that can be arranged in different positions by means of a metallic structure covered in wood paneling. The goal is to “reorganise spaces through a graphic play that reconverts a separating wall into an ethereal and multifunctional element.”

COMA by Sanserif Creatius in main home furnishings  Category

COMA divides space with typography…Similarly to the way in which punctuation marks indicate parts of a sentence and structure a text, COMA organises spaces without physically separating them. Furthermore, its modular structure enables it to act as a simple arrangement of space while at once transforming itself into a counter, shelving, a display unit or a container, among other possibilities.