Modular Interlocking Urban Shelving Units
Sometimes, when it comes to design, less is more. Simple furniture elements can go a long way toward composing creative and useful spaces and, in this case, add storage as well. These creative modular bookshelf units have no moving parts, require no fasteners and come in various colors. In short: they are great room dividers and space creators that require no assembly yet have a variety of uses.
Taken together, these L-shaped pieces can be combined to create entertainment centers, side tables and stacks or rows of shelves along a wall or within a room. Along with the functional variety this brings comes a visual dynamism as illustrated by the images here – these Urban Shelving Unit objects become more than mere living room storage shelves when set in new configurations and endless possible color combinations.
“The urban shelving unit was born from a simple concept: a single module capable of functioning as a bookshelf with the added possibility of adding extra modules to create unique compositions. The ‘l’ shaped module measuring 140x 35cm can be used in any position. A system without hooks or joins allows the user to create walls, screens, horizontal and vertical elements; angles, benches, entertainment systems.”
“The ‘L’ shaped module measuring 140 x 35 cm can be used in any position. A system without hooks or joints which allows the user to create walls, screens, horizontal and vertical elements; angles, benches, entertainment systems – everything that comes to mind. The niches carved out of the piece underline the monolithic and solid nature of the Urban shelving unit. A modern piece which stands above the whims of fashion.”
“The infinite possibilities of composition and the vast choice of colours allow the user to create surprising landscapes and furnish her spaces in a dynamic and britght way. The apparent simplicity of the Urban shelving unit contrasts with the technical difficulties encountered in the rotational moulding of a plastic object with large flat surfaces.”