This Zig Zag Shelf Has Corrugated Inner Panels for Optimal Adaptability

By: Amelia Roblin - Feb 27, 2015
References: steffenkehrle & contemporist
What this zig zag shelf offers is the facility to enhance a bookshelf in a small way, yet it can make such a great difference to the user. Typically, you're limited to the spaced placement of holes within the frame of a storage system, enabling you to install ledges at specific and distanced intervals. What's different about Steffen Kehrle's Anything wooden shelf is that gaps are arranged consistently and precisely side-by-side.

But instead of drilling a hundred holes and providing you with a generous collection of metal pegs, this designer has manufactured the timber panels so that the insides of the bookcase have a puckered pattern. Individual ledges have pointed edges that can be slotted snugly into the zig zag shelf, letting you truly customize the heights of each section according to the sizes of your stuff.