Growing Shelves by Maarten De Ceulaer

May 31st, 2011 by retail design blog

The amount of stuff one has to store grows slowly but steadily in time, but our current storage systems aren’t able to grow with it. With this project I wanted to design a storage system that you can expand and transform in any way you like. I wanted it to become something dynamic, a shelving system with which the user is able to interact according its own desires. The opposite of most existing storage systems, which are rather static and determined. A 3-dimensional functional wallpaper from which you can create ‘storage patterns’ all by yourself.

Photographs by Leen Lagrou

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