Carefully crafted from a single piece of wood, the grain and color variations make every Studio Case from KerfCase unique. Each module of the Studio Case has four high-powered magnets embedded in its corners, perfectly calibrated to snap to other modules, and to separate with just the right amount of force. The magnets are hidden inside the wood, and exposed stainless steel pins make sure everything lines up perfectly. There’s no right or wrong way to assemble the Studio Case; it’s designed so that you’re bringing the tools you need, with no excess weight.
All KerfCase products are designed, machined, and finished by a skilled production team in Pittsburgh. The wood KerfCase uses for its products is sourced locally and sustainably, and whenever possible reclaimed from damaged local trees.
Machined in single pieces from gorgeous Pennsylvania hardwoods, the Studio Case is a stylish, modular utility kit for artists, designers, and anyone who needs an office on the go.
To find a full range of products, including more information about ordering studio cases, please visit KerfCase’s website.
About the Producer
KerfCase, founded in 2013 by Benjamin Saks, is rooted in a passion for craft and an exacting attention to fine details. A designer passionate about precision, fine craftsmanship, and natural materials, Ben became unsatisfied with existing wood iPhone cases. While working at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Architecture, he spent an evening in the wood shop and created the first KerfCase. Over the course of six months, the original KerfCase design was extensively revised, tested, and revised again. The product became the foundation of a strong business. With MONMADE as a driving force to launch this expanded line of products, KerfCase looks forward to applying its expertise in design, prototyping, and fabrication to launch a new line of products.