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Cracked shelf

Cracked shelf

Oct 04 2011, 12:00 pm 0 Marco Russo

Here we are with the eighth appointment with: the ten designers known during our three days in London, whose works have fascinated us for elegance and creativity, generating curiosity with materials and innovative structures, or simply hit our immagination. We talk about the collection “Digital Crafting” that we could enjoy at 100%Design, genuine innovations in digital design and processing methodologies, focusing on modular shelving Cracked. A project by the Chilean studio gt2P in collaboration with Maria Eugenia Duran, Arturo Lopez Perez, Diana Beytia and Marcos Chavez. A concept characterized by geometric shapes, hexagonal modules in sustainable Rauli wood with dual FSC (an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization established to promote the responsible management of the world’s forests) and Fairtrade certification, which can be combined through a magnetic bar, freeing the creativity of giving birth to endless combinations and furnishing solutions.

Designer: gt2P

Tags: bookcase craft design designer furniture geometric London shelf steel sustainable wood

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