Posts tagged as 'shelving'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.11.2015 - Tagged as: radiators, shelving, Tubes
Supported by a line of accessories that include shelving and heated towel rails, ‘Rift’ is ideal for specification in a range of spaces, including living rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms; photo: Max Zambelli
Premium Italian radiator brand TUBES, known for its collaboration with big-name designers and its striking, sculptural products, turns the heat up once again with the launch of its new ‘RIFT’ radiator, the ultimate in customisation and flexible planning. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)
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Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.01.2015 - Tagged as: MA/U Studio, shelving
‘R.I.G. Modules’ shelving by Mikal Harrsen & Adam Hall for MA/U Studio
MA/U Studio’s ultra minimalistic R.I.G. table and shelving system is designed from the idea of joining simple principles; optimized use of materials, enhanced functionality and a minimalistic expression.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.05.2013 - Tagged as: Fiam, glass, shelving, Studio Klass
‘Foulard’ glass shelving by Studio Klass for FIAM Italia
A curved glass wall shelves collection, ‘Foulard’ by Milan-based Studio Klass is also a modular system that lends itself to multiple configurations on the wall.
‘Drizzle’ shelving system by Luca Nichetto for Gallotti & Radice
Inspired by the long, vertical lines of the falling rain, the award-winning Venetian designer Luca Nichetto has developed ‘Drizzle’, an aptly-named shelving system for the Italian crystal specialists Gallotti & Radice. Unveiled earlier this year during Milan’s Salone del Mobile, the linear, grid-like bookshelf is composed of multiple metal elements that support and frame the shelves which are made of either transparent or frosted glass. Available in multiple colourways, ‘Drizzle’ can be arranged in a virtually infinite number of configurations. (more…)
‘Lolo’ by Maison Martin Margiela for Cerruti Baleri
The Belgian fashion house Maison Martin Margiela strikes yet again and ventures back into the world of furniture design with this simple, asymmetric bookcase-cum-closet called ‘Lolo’. Manufactured by the Italian brand Cerruti Baleri, the self-assembly unit is made of solid exotic wood and birch plywood panels and it is available in two finishes: black and light grey. (more…)
‘Heavy Stock’ shelving system by D Calen Knauf
Young Canadian designer Calen Knauf has recently realised this simple, sturdy yet visually light shelving system called ‘Heavy Stock’. Assembled from paper-thin, white steel sheets and low, untreated maple legs, the modular system allows for multiple configurations and is entirely flat-packable. (more…)
Charlotte Perriand and ‘Nuage’ at the Expo Synthèse des Arts Tokyo, 1955; photo by Junzo Inamura
Tubular steel chairs, or perhaps aluminium and glass creations might indeed be the first designs that come to mind when thinking of Charlotte Perriand’s pioneering pieces. One of modernism’s most significant furniture designers, and one of the few women who broke the glass ceiling of this then firmly male-dominated profession, Perriand’s most famous designs include the iconic LC4 Chaise Longue or the LC7 Swivel Chair, both of which were developed in collaboration with Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret. On this recently-reissued oak wood-and-aluminium shelving collection however, the French designer worked on her own. Called ‘Nuage‘ the Bauhaus-coloured modular series was inspired by Japanese architecture (Perriand spent there two years working as a ministerial advisor on industrial design) and comprises five models of varying heights, all of which feature characteristic sliding panels which come in either anodised aluminium, or in red, blue, green, yellow, grey, black or white. (more…)
Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 28.06.2012 - Tagged as: Bookshelf, Germany, shelving, Speziell
‘Aura’ shelving unit by Speziell
Sibylle Fleckenstein, Jens Pohlmann and Thilo Schwer, a trio of product designers behind the German brand Speziell have realised this expressive, seemingly offset shelving unit called ‘Aura’. Developed in uniformly white MDF, ‘Aura‘ appears to be backlit by splashes of neon hues radiating from the otherwise unnoticeable, hidden surfaces which have been covered with boldly-coloured paint. Apart from the shelving unit, the collection also comprises two additional designs: a low side table and a wall-mounted CD board. (more…)