Inspired by braided structures I aimed to design objects
that could create a two- or threedimensional pattern that
is stretchable. The resulting shelving system is based
on the principle of a scissors grid with extended axes
to make room for shelves. This creates a superimposed
image of diagonals, which is adjustable and can be fixed
in three different positions. Bended, powder-coated steel
sheets with strategic cut-outs form shelves that can be
fastened on the axes of the flexible structure in order to
fix it in position. Additionally, simple bookends can be
inserted that lean directly against the wooden struts.

Materials: Beech wood, Steel
Dimensions: Variable

(Prototype 2011)