The Undergraduate Shelving Unit Reduces Declutters Small Dwellings

By: Nikki Taylor - Published: Sep 25, 2012 • References: blog.gessato & materialicious
Undergraduate Shelving by British designer Andy Martin is a dorm-inspired way to reduce clutter in tight spaces, such as boarding rooms or apartments, while bringing life to a room.

The shelves are comprised of blocks that stack on top of each other like a game of Tetris and are held securely by a rubber pad that is inserted into a circular groove in each block. These timber blocks come in various bright colors of electric blue, ruby red, clover green and soft pink to create visual interest, where there otherwise might be an absence of color. The way the colored bricks are stacked depend on what you would like your eye to be drawn to.

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