So Watt Design

Banjo Lockers


Storage with personality.

Designed + Made by So Watt

The Banjo Lockers are created for any shared space. Daycare centres, schools and workplaces can offer individual lockable storage for everyone with fun personalisations options and custom sizes.

Banjo is sold here in a 9-bank configuration. Custom sizes and layouts are available! The Banjo Locker Bank is made from high grade Birch Plywood and finished with a low VOC natural water based durable finish. Featuring blackboard nameplates and simply lock loops, Banjo gives the user ownership over their space. 

Our pieces are hand made to order. Custom sizes and finishes are available.
Email us to start a custom project or learn more about custom commissions here.

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  • Dimensions:
    1200mm wide x 500mm deep x 1240mm high.
    Each locker is 390mm wide x 390mm high.

    Made from high grade Birch Plywood, Banjo is finished with a low VOC natural water based durable finish in clear.

    Furniture glides installed to help protect floors from scratches.

  • This piece is made to order by the So Watt team at their workshop in Marrickville (Sydney, NSW).

    Lead Time: 4-6 weeks + delivery.

  • Free pick up available for an excuse to visit our Marrickville showroom!

    Shipped assembled. Delivered direct to your door.

    If you require deliver & place please get in touch with the team for a project specific quote:

    International Shipping is available on request. Please email for a quote.

  • 1. How big is the plywood Banjo Locker
    The Banjo plywood lockers are the perfect size to use as a room divider or space partition. They are 1240mm tall which makes them a great impromptu meeting spot for a quick chat with a team member on the other side. The height also allows plenty of natural light and visual space to pass through your office or studio without being blocked off by tall locker units. The width is 1200mm including the plinth base, and the depth is 500mm. 

    2. Are the Banjo lockers lockable?
    Part of the fun design of these unique wooden lockers is the lock loop, which provides an easy to use way for you to turn the Banjo lockers into lockable storage units for work. The plywood loop is generously sized so that you can fit any padlock or combination lock. Or choose to leave it out if you plan to use the banjo lockers as a simple storage unit or wood locker organiser for office supplies or samples.

    3. Am l able to customise the Banjo Locker?
    Everything at So Watt is made to order, which means we can work on the design with you before we begin the manufacture. Any tweaks you need to make are welcome, such as the overall size to fit your particular space, or even reconfiguring the number or layout of locker compartments.

    We can switch the style of our Banjo wood lockers to have some taller compartments as well as small open sections without doors. Or stretch the height of the whole unit to accommodate tall lockers with hanging rails and shelves inside.

    The doors feature a blackboard plaque which creates a fun way for staff or students to identify which locker is theirs with colourful chalk. This easily wipes off with a damp rag which is great when you need to change the name, no more special order name plaques!

    4. What Product Can I Pair With The Wood Banjo Locker?
    So Watt offers an Australian made office furniture collection for your workplace, school, studio or co-working space.

    Browse the collection to create a truly exciting and invigorating workspace that uses natural and sustainable materials for a healthy environment, while supporting local Australian makers. 

    Our banjo lockers look great next to the award winning Rover Team Table, and paired with a wall of our birch plywood pegboard shelves and billi stools in fun colours, you will have a highly functional and inspiring workplace that allows flexibility for your growth.

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