Wow. Taking things to a completely different level with Mondrian-inspired shelving and storage...
Original Nisse Strinning Teakwood Wall-Unit 60s | Teak String Regal System 60er
Original Nisse Strinning Teakwood Wall-Unit
Das modulare Regalmöbelsystem Montana in München... via Designchen
Egal, Moormann, Axel Kufus, 2001, Sperrholz, Birke, MDF, Regal
63 Degrees Folding Bench
63 Degrees is a minimalist folding bench that speaks to German Design philosophies that date back to the beginning of Bauhaus: form follows function & less is more.
Das Regal steht! Und der 233 fehlt!
The work of Argentinean architect Alejandro Sticotti has a modernist foundation: He takes the constructive and rational influences of the Bauhaus and Scandinavian modern, adds American Shaker and 1950s design elements, and merges them with the materials and sensibility of his native culture. His Shelving Units (2008) are made from warm, unique South American hardwoods