Container stands by Michael Sans for Wolle Roedel

January 28th, 2016 by retail design blog

Product designer Michael Sans has created a collection of container stands for craft shop Wolle Roedel. The company wanted to present different tools and materials in a versatile and interesting way. They commissioned Michael Sans to create a basic set of holders in which to display these products. The collection consists of different sized baskets which are contained within accompanying stands.

The containers are made from leather and cardboard, and the stands come in a large or small size, in either fluorescent orange or black. The steel legs which hold the baskets, bring to mind the appearance of knitting needles, which creates a visual connection between the balls of wool within the basket. The effect is a functional product which acts as a quirky sculptural piece as well.

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