Designer Assaf Israel envisioned a stunning modular shelving system for studio Joynout. Tipi was born following a yr-lengthy around the world journey. It offers with parts of nomadism: the convenience with which one can switch, assemble, change, disassemble and rebuild. This product is appropriate for personal houses and for public locations. It may well accompany its customers for a few years and may perform as an open wardrobe, a bookcase, and even as a desk. All this as a part of a inexperienced idea, giving an alternative choice to trendy consumption â€“ by which a bit of furnishings has solely a brief life cycle.
The cone-formed construction permits a simple setting of the cabinets, without having of fixation â€“ the diameter of every gap in every shelf was exactly measured in order to face within the actual and desired peak. The higher a part of the poles is fastened with screws, in order to permit a neater positioning of the cabinets. The product is compact when packed, and simply managed for development, deconstruction and shifting. The poles and the cabinets are product of strong wooden and the rings tying between the poles are manufactured from Birch plywood. The storage baskets are imported from Africa, and are historically handmade from a â€˜Veta-Vera´ grass. Discover this design as artistic and insightful as we do? [Information provided via e-mail by Assaf Israel; Photos: Timor Britva]