There is a lot of negative space within this unit, but you might not assume that it's actually a flatpacked storage system. Exactly 12 timber frames make up the structure here, but their varying sizes mean that that the components can be nested for economical production and shipping.
Gerard de Hoop created his Frames 2.0, which comprises wooden rectangles that pack into just a pair of boxes. When assembled, the scaffold-like form takes on an inconsistent composition whereby some sections extend beyond and encompass others. Inset tracks are essentially created within this piece, making opportunities for the unconventional arrangement of items. Proper ledges can be placed within the grid of this flatpacked storage system, or hanging planters and broad hardcover books can simply span the narrower modules of Frames 2.0.
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