The 'Field' Bracket by Dmitry Kozinenko Uses Cables to Hold Objects

By: Misel Saban - Aug 23, 2016
References: & design-milk
Dmitry Kozinenko is the talent designer behind the illusory 'Field' wire shelves that creatively make objects look suspended with carefully placed wire cutouts. The metal framework design holds the objects in place while giving the appearance that the shelf is almost floating in space.

The design of the 'Field' shelf makes use of negative space by opting to use metal rods to create the framework, instead of more solid planks of wood or other materials. THe rods are bent into different shapes to create rectangular pockets to house items such as books, magazines, vases and more. From the front the rods look straight creating the illusion of floating, but it is only to the side that consumers are able to see that the rods are bent into different shelves and ledges.