The STACKED system provides a storage solution with endless possibilities.
With the use of small clips, the modules can be rearranged to create all manner of shelving set ups, room dividers or side tables. The design can be easily changed by playing around with the space between the modules or mounting them directly onto the wall. “How to be specific and generic altogether? Shelving systems have a tendency to achieve one concern but never both. We decided to dimension shelving units based on the generic measurements of things to store and display while allowing for them to be combined according to specific needs and desires. The result can be at times a random stack of boxes or a coordinated grid of efficient storage... or both!”
JDS Architects on the design.
MATERIAL: Ash veneered. CARE: Remove dust from shelves with a soft cloth or remove abrasive dust particles. When necessary clean with moist cloth. For wood veneer finishes, dry immediatly with a soft cloth following wood grains. The wood should not be subjected to excessive heat, direct sunlight or humidity. DIMENSIONS: Width: 43,6 cm Depth: 35 cm Height: 43,6 cm COLOUR: dark grey with backboard
Julien de Smedt
JULIEN DE SMEDT is the co-founder of PLOT and an award winning internationally acclaimed architect. He is recognised for his ability to always take a fresh look at things and to challenge existing conventions. At aged just 29 years old, Julien de Smedt won the Golden Lion for his work on designing the Stavanger Concert Hall which was announced as the Worldʼs Best Concert Hall at the Venice Biennale.
JULIEN DE SMEDT / JDS ARCHITECTS ON THEIR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY
“Our projects are humanly designed, politically engaged, financially viable, and structurally realistic.”
JULIEN DE SMEDT ON NEW NORDIC DESIGN
“Nordic design has evolved in the past five years from a veneration of the simple and pure lines of the classics to something more fluid - through its involvement of multicultural issues, political presence and opportunist productive methods. Its outcome has become something more eclectic and colourful, while the consistency of the classics is still oddly maintained, as if it were genetic.”