MSGS Shelves by Lucas Stoppele & Jean-Charles Kien

June 4th, 2015 by retail design blog

Designers Lucas Stoppele and Jean-Charles Kien have collaborated to create MSGS, a collection of shelves inspired by icebergs.

MSGS is a set of shelves with various sizes and shapes inspired by the profile of icebergs. The use of marble appeared obvious as referring to the precious and pure characteristics of icebergs, while the structure of steel represents their geometry.

Design: Lucas Stoppele / Jean-Charles Kien (Maragno Design)

via Contemporist

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One thought on “MSGS Shelves by Lucas Stoppele & Jean-Charles Kien

  1. Manuel says:

    Nice designs!

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