Designer Jordi Lopez from Aguilo Kutarq studio shared the Gradient Bookshelf with us, an unique shelving unit match for minimalist modern areas with a bohemian twist. It’s fascinating how this easy furnishings piece communicates with its surroundings, including an intriguing ethereal really feel. The displayed ombre results reminds us a little bit of a challenge we featured on Freshome some time again, entitled Plissee Sideboard and envisioned by Anne Boenisch.
The bookcase is the results of combining an revolutionary construction with widespread supplies and a really simple meeting system. Pure plywood and metal frames work nice collectively and are linked by hidden screws, giving this facet of lightness; the frames seem like they’re floating. The product comes flat packed and could be assembled in a couple of minutes. Its cabinets are comprised of metal frames and poplar plywood boards. Every leg is a flat piece of phenolic plywood that’s bent in the course of the meeting of the elements. [Photos and information provided via e-mail by Kutarq studio]