Thursday, 11 October 2012

Design from Sweden - String system

The good classic design is never getting out of fashion, isn't it?
Nisse Strinning (1917-2006) designed the String system in 1949. Simple metal structure to which we can attach all sorts of shelves of various widths. The shelves are easy to install and can be moved from place to place and extend depending on your needs. You can buy them in a flat box and therefore the transport is not expensive ( IKEA introduced a flat-pack furniture a bit later 1956) This very simple system has become wildly popular in Sweden, where Nisse comes from…and accully String system is doing really well in the modern design world. I'm really not surprise about that! ;-) 

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