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The design of Vitra Uten.Silo I is very much in the tradition of other organically shaped 1960s plastic designs by, for example, Verner Panton or Eero Arnios. Designed by Dorothee Becker this original and practical wall mounted storage solution features geometrically shaped bowls and is available in a range of colours. In 1970 the Uten.Silo I was joined by the Uten.Silo II - a smaller version for 87 x 67 cm only.


Product type Storage system

(1) Height: 87 cm
(2) Depth: 67 cm
Material Body: ABS plastic
Hook: metal nickel plated
Delivery includes 1 organizer (decoration is not included)
Care The plastic surfaces should be cleaned with a soft, damp cloth and a mild, non-abrasive detergent.
Warranty 24 months
Product datasheet Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 0,2 MB).

Popular versions

Uten.Silo I, White
Uten.Silo I, Black
Uten.Silo I, Red


Should the answers to your questions not be found here, our service team can be contacted Mon-Fri, 8 am to 6 pm via +49 341 2222 88 22.

Is which colours is Uten.Silo available?

The Uten.Silo is supplied in white, black or red. The Chrome Edition is no longer available.

What is the difference between the Uten.Silo I and the Uten.Silo II?

The Uten.Silo I (dimensions 67 x 87 cm) is the original design from 1969. The smaller version (Uten.Silo II, Dimensions 52 x 68 cm) was created in 1970. With the Uten.Silo II one has slightly less storage space.

Are the necessary screws/wall plugs supplied?

No, the Vitra Uten.Silo is supplied without screws and wall plugs, these should in any case be selected depending on the local conditions, for example, type of wall

Design Story

Detail from the Uten.Silo

The Design

Inspired by the ideals of the Summer of 68 and the theories and philosophies of Maria Montessori, Dorothee Becker created a wooden toy for her children which required them to insert shapes into the correct holes. Her children were, so history notes, less than impressed. Undeterred Dorothee Becker developed the idea further to create a wall mounted storage system in which objects are stored in moulded plastic bowls and recesses: the principle difference being that the objects didn't have to be an exact fit, the bowls and recesses accommodating most anything. Dorothee Becker's husband Ingo Maurer was more impressed with the plastic storage system than the children had been with the wooden toy and inve