Andreas Wiehl is Munich-based artist, art teacher and self-proclaimed inventor. With ‘Stickabee’ he presents a smart modular system and provides hope that art classes don’t have to end with painting and pottery.
‚Stickbee’ is a modular furniture system based on the 60-degrees angle. Six basic elements are monted to a hexagon, with no tools required. Two or more hexagons connect via a pug-in module, namely the ‚pirat’. The resulting structure, similar to a honeycomb, becomes more stable with its size increasing, thus making gaps in betweeen the elements possible. Thus the system can take a variety of shapes and can function as a shelf, a cupboard, a table, a bench, a chair or any combination of the latter.