structures

bookshelf
The shelf system consists of a natural, wooden supporting structure, a pared down support which looks like scaffolding against a wall, a temporary formwork into which concrete is poured, a ship under construction in a dry dock. It is a construction which only seems to have one purpose: that of keeping the shelves in place. On closer inspection everything looks well-thought-out and balanced. No single part can be removed and the whole has a readable, open graphic. The shelf can be made from inexpensive, fast-growing wood, with visible joins. But a high-end finish with hidden joins is also a possibility, just like a DIY kit.
materials: ash wood + plywood
dimensions: H x W x D: 1950 x 1800 x 340
Back