Stefan Diez conceived New Order Shelving as a result of the digitization of modern life and the way we now “store our life”. The ring-binders filled with personal papers no longer occupy several metres of shelf space in the office or living room but are stored on hard drives or in the cloud.
Imeuble Shelving System by Bjørn Jørund Blikstad was created with the idea to look flat on either side you see it. It was shaped purposely in “perspective” so that it seem to be painted on the wall.
Newly created Parisian design studio HARTÔ released its first collection in September 2013 and it was presented during the last edition of Maison & Objet. One of the interesting pieces is Alfred; a wall storage with modules and grid, designed by Florent Bouhey Fayolle and Roman Pin.
ROCKY is a Storage unit designed for La Chance by Charles Kalpakian who created a 3D variation of a classic pattern used by cabinet makers. The credenza features an angular and sculptural line. Kalpakian plays with our perception of space and volume with an object that reveals and changes according to the observer’s point of view.
DiagoLinea is a system of dynamic lacquered shelves. It is a evolutive design with the flexibility to meet desires and needs that arise over time.
Changing the geometric rules from the LagoLinea system, Studio 4P1B have created a unstructured system where the shelves mutually support themselves, taking on unexpected inclinations that seem to defy the force of gravity, an effect accentuated by the insertion of invisible bookends.