Modular shelving from Erik Olovsson & Kyuhyung Cho
We used to place things in square orrectangular spaces. Rectilinear shelves make it easy to organize and place objects of various shapes and sizes, but non-standard thinking outside the box (literally) can be original and unexpected. Designers Erik Olovsson and Kyuhyung Cho were interested in exploring the relationship between the object and the space in which it is located, in order to create a modular racks as a unique home for "living" items. Modular shelving The Room Collection consists of25 individual wooden blocks with grooves of various geometric shapes. The system resembles a children's designer, from which you can build houses, castles and other structures. The principle of a furniture system is exactly the same - you make up a rack, a cabinet, a shelf or just an original sculptural composition for your interior. If you collect all the elements of the system together, thenIt turns out either a high modular rack, or an oblong open cabinet with a lot of different geometric voids. Each block was inspired by some subject, for example, zigzag was conceived by designers for tablets, smartphones or books, a block in the form of a house - for bottles of wine, a block with a triangular base is designed as a bookmark for an open book. But the options, of course, are not limited, and a specific user can define the purpose of each form in his own way. The process of arranging objects in the system becomes like a puzzle that challenges both aesthetic and practical considerations. Blocks are made of pine wood, polished andcovered with a colorless varnish. The natural texture of the tree is perfectly visible. Such modular shelving will look good in a room with natural materials, on a floor covered with a parquet board or ceramic tiles. And the style of furniture from the blocks will fit into any modern interior.