The Meo Shelf is inspired by the look of scaffolding. The yellow metal propping up each wooden surface mimics the planks that hold scaffolding systems together. A simple concept, the Meo Shelf nevertheless gives the classic shelving unit a dynamic facelift that allows it to fit nicely into both traditional and modern homes.
Created by Montreal-based designer Olivier Desrochers, the Meo Shelf is made out of solid oak planks and steel supports. The steel is available in a number of colors, from which a person can choose. A relatively low lying design, it will provide a great space for storage while adding a touch of decor to the specific area it is placed in. By combining both form and function, the Meo Shelf is the best of two worlds.
The Meo Shelf by Olivier Desrochers is Dynamically Simple
1. Scaffolding-inspired Furniture - Designers can create furniture that mimics scaffolding to give a dynamic and modern look.
2. Low Lying Shelving Units - There is a demand for simple and low-lying shelving units that provide both function and decor in living spaces.
3. Colorful Steel Supports - Incorporation of colorful steel supports can add an element of personalization to furniture design.
1. Furniture Design - Furniture design companies can incorporate scaffolding-inspired designs and colorful steel supports to create functional and modern products.
2. Home Decor - Home decor brands catering to modern living spaces can offer low-lying shelving units as both functional and decor pieces.
3. Construction - Construction companies can explore innovative use of scaffolding-inspired designs for temporary and permanent structures.