Furniture Design - Wall Shelf



Year: 2008
Status: Small series
Client: destilat

The Kaos shelf lives up to its name. Some sort their books alphabetically by title or author, others by subject and style, still others by colour and size. There is no ideal order, because sorting according to one point of view always causes chaos according to the others. Kaos makes use of this disorder: The books are stored in small groups, different systems of order can coexist well in this way. The result is a three-dimensional picture of books - unpredictable and chaotic on principle.

Shelves are mounted on a base plate and their orientation can be varied. Due to the arrangement in L-angles, the shelving is stable and can withstand heavy loads.

Joachim Haslinger

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