Modular Furniture Units Turning into Tables, Stools, Shelves and Storage Containers
This modular shelving is built from tessellating polygonal-shaped blocks that can also be used as tables, stools and storage containers. Designed by British designers Jack Godfrey Wood and Tom Ballhatchet for Movisi, the Build shelving units are made from a series of identical clocks that can be combined in various orientations.
The lightweight modular furniture system is made from expanded polypropylene, which the company says is completely non-toxic. The Build shelving units are stylish, functional and eco friendly products for modern interior design.
100% recyclable material is actually safe enough to eat. The geometric shape and classy black color are attractive and great for space saving and modern interior design with contemporary vibe. The modular furniture units feature triangular shaped clips which slot into the backs of each module to hold them together.
Modular shelving units
The clips make it simple to experiment with various freestanding shelves combinations. When dismantled, the modular shelving units can be used as temporary seating, stools and small tables, individual transport boxes, or as convenient storage containers.
The Build shelving system come in either smooth black or textured white finishes. These modular furniture items are great for decorating small apartments and spacious homes in contemporary style. The shelving modules, attached to each other, add a personal touch to modern interior design and create a functional and impressive centerpiece.
Easy, stylish and convenient, the multifunctional furniture design can brighten up interior decorating while adding plenty of storage space and additional seats to modern homes.
by Ena Russ
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