These prismatic shelves by Stephanie Hornig are extremely useful and space-efficient. They can be stretched in and out to suit a variety of spacial needs and be used in three different positions.
"Inspired by braided structures I aimed to design objects that could create a two or three dimensional pattern that is stretchable. The resulting shelving system is based on the principle of a scissors grid with extended axes to make room for shelves," explains the designer.
This highly customizable design is perfect for student housing for people who tend to move a lot or want to save some valuable space. It can also suit different types of rooms and space restrictions and be used for decorative purposes.
Diagonal Accordion Shelves
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