With hardly any visible support, books, compact discs and ring binders present themselves on the wall. The essence of linea1 shelves lies in their own absence.
Their geometry is adapted to the contents they hold. A single laser-cut piece of 1.5 mm galvanized sheet steel is folded into a stable shape. Seen from the front, the shelves retreat to the back and the contents emerge. A shadow reveal towards the wall enables invisible mounting and enhances the impression of lightness.
The ratio between the steel thickness and the span of the shelves, as well as their arrangement on standardized steel sheets mean using the material to full capacity.
The light describes the object’s structure and informs about the relation between surface and volume.
Three folded pieces of steel form a rectangular shape, opened up on top and the sides,
where slanted planes let light flow out.
Magazines float in front of a wall, the rack effaces itself.
A row of five selected volumes fans out, immediately available to the reader.
Thanks to their form, the magazine racks can be hung in a row.
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