Tuesday, December 06, 2005
Shelving with an essential appearance but complex structure. A strong wooden shelf is fixed to the top of the wall and a number of metal uprights with graduated notches at different heights are then hooked to it. Shelves in aluminium and wood are placed level with the notches, supported on invisible hooks. A complex tie-brace system housed in the top shelf permits an actual load capacity of 25 kg, evenly distributed on a shelf one metre long. The system is completed with sliding panels.
Designer William Brand Annet van Egmond