Posts tagged as 'storage system'

Thu 12.9.

‘C.O.P. (Creative Office Project)’ storage system by MA/U Studio (DK)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 12.09.2013 - Tagged as: ,

'C.O.P. (Creative Office Project)' storage system by MA/U Studio

‘C.O.P. (Creative Office Project)’ storage system by MA/U Studio

MA/U Studio’s clever ‘Creative Office Project’ storage system, with its novel built-in-wall rail mounting system, now comes with adjustable magnetic shelf supports.

 

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‘Spine’ storage system by Robert Bronwasser for Cascando

Lacking backbone? Feeling spineless? Fear not. A product highlight of this year’s Interieur 2012 design biennale in Kortrijk will sort you out: Dutch designer Robert Bronwasser’s exquisitely formed ‘Spine’ storage system for Netherlands-based design manufacturer Cascando. (more…)

Sat 24.3.

‘Les frères Plo’ series by Gaspard Graulich (FR)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 24.03.2012 - Tagged as: , , ,

Disassembled 'Les frères Plo' unit by Gaspard Graulich

A young French designer Gaspard Graulich has recently realised this series of easily-assemblable home furniture called ‘Les frères Plo’. Composed of few simple elements, the collection consists of four designs in varying heights and sizes, which are held together by vividly-coloured tubular steel joints. (more…)

'Birdstick' storage unit by Kristina Kjær Hansen; photo by Emil Monty Freddie

With the spring just around the corner, nest boxes are likely to reappear fixed to walls, trees or buildings in many backyards and gardens. Now, thanks to a young Danish designer Kristina Kjær Hansen, you can also set up a birdhouse and admire it from the comfort of your own apartment. Yes, it might not attract as many birds as its outdoor equivalent but with its differently sized storage modules, ‘Birdstick’ provides enough space to store large as well as medium and small items within its ‘nesting modules’. Assembled without the use of glue or bolts, the solid oak design can be adjusted depending on individual needs of its user. The design was showcased earlier this month at the TEKO stand in the Greenhouse area at Stockholm Furniture Fair 2012.

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'Dice' storage system by Stefan Diez for Schönbuch

Earlier this year, the German designer Stefan Diez has created this modular, mix-and-match hallway storage programme for the entrance area furniture manufacturer Schönbuch. Composed from a number of simple, rectangular elements such as cabinet, wardrobe, sideboard, lift-up chest and a mirror, the wall-mounted fabric-covered ‘Dice’ system is available in three colourways – natural grey, warm grey with a red tinge and blue-grey. (more…)

'New Order' by Stefan Diez

‘New Order’ – Either Stefan Diez is a big admirer of British New Wave (which would be one more reason to be fond of his taste), or he simply found a fitting name for the new modular and stackable shelving system he designed for the Britsh manufacturer Established & Sons. The basic frame made from owder-coated aluminium can be accessorised with optional elements, including shelving, door compartments, space dividers, trays and castors.

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Tue 24.11.

‘Trapeze’ by Nicola from Bern (CH)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 24.11.2009 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Trapeze' by Nicola from Bern

'Trapeze' by Nicola from Bern

This modular storage system consists of an optional number of identical metal boxes. It was created by the Swiss designer Nicola from Bern. The storage space for shoes can be reduced with a wedge-shaped array. The accordingly designed boxes can be arranged as a stack or a quadrant. It never gets undersized – just add another unit for your new pair of shoes.

'Trapeze' by Nicola from Bern

'Trapeze' by Nicola from Bern

'Trapeze' by Nicola from Bern

'Trapeze' by Nicola from Bern

'Trapeze' by Nicola from Bern

'Trapeze' by Nicola from Bern

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Wed 7.10.

‘Crate’ by Martin Born

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 07.10.2009 - Tagged as: , , , , ,

'Crate' by Martin Born

'Crate' by Martin Born

The Eindhoven-based designer Martin Born designed this modular shelf system which can be composed in full freedom of alignment and orientation.

'Crate' sytem by Martin Born

'Crate' sytem by Martin Born

This three-dimensional predicate uncloses applications inaccessible to the typological wall-form: Choreographed “movements” and sophisticated access paths are as easily realised as more “ordinary” setups – without loss of use value. Together with a nuanced palette of colours, the system gives architects an immense freedom in elaborating and coordinating the storage piece as an active design element.

'Crate' by Martin Born

'Crate' by Martin Born

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