This swanky shelving and storage system is as cool as they come; it greets everyone with a hi-five.
The system is comprised of streamlined modular components: an open unit, a cabinet with a scrolling door, a sleek metal base and a wooden top that unites the units with a single surface. If no base is required, the units can be mounted directly to the wall. The cabinet is designed to hold equipment such as receivers, amps and multimedia players. Its scrolling door closes to conceal the contents, hiding the electronics behind a flexible wooden screen. The open unit is sized to accommodate old-school vinyl LPs but can store music and television media too. The units are available in black painted oak, light oiled oak or smoked oak finish. Contemporary in expression and practical in scope, Hifive can provide storage for a range of items.
Rudi Wulff is a Norwegian designer based in Oslo. After receiving a masters degree from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design, he established his own studio. Wulff has explored some groundbreaking ideas through his work, creating new concepts for two-wheeled transportation, urban nomadism, flexible electronics and static display systems.
Wulff ’s work is underpinned by principles of Scandinavian design, and his products are often characterised by functionality, clean lines and sleek surfaces. Wulff created the Maze pendant light for Northern Lighting in 2006, and his tactile Oblique tea light holder was designed for our new collection.