WALL SHELVES

Scandinavian design has a rich tradition of wall shelves, from Alvar Aalto's first experiments with curved wood to the brilliant modular String system, invented after the war to store paperback books. The multiplicity of shapes, from pocket shelves to office shelves, offers a wide range of uses. The diversity of colors and materials (wood, metal, glass, etc.) makes it possible to elegantly dress different interior styles. 

String Furniture

String System

design Nils Strinning

String furniture

String Pocket

design Nils Strinning

String furniture

Gubi

Matégot Biblio-Démon shelves

design Mathieu Matégot

Gubi

Matégot Dedal bookshelf 

design Mathieu Matégot

Gubi

Artek

REB 008 & REB 009 Kaari shelves

design Ronan et Erwan Bouroullec

Artek

REB 007 Kaari shelf

design Ronan et Erwan Bouroullec

Artek

House of Finn Juhl

Panel System

design Finn Juhl, 1953

House of Finn Juhl

FDB Møbler

Bookcase modular system

design Mogens Koch, 1944

FDB Møbler

suspension PH3 1⁄2-3 (Ø 33 cm) design Poul Henningsen, 1920-30 Louis Poulsen

B5 shelf

design Børge Mogensen, 1940’

FDB Møbler

Muuto

Mini Stacked modular shelving sytem

design : JDS Architects

Muuto

Folded shelf

design Johan van Hengel

Muuto

Vitra

Montana

Panton Wire Cube

design Verner Panton, 1971

Montana møbler

Hay

Skagerak

Cutter wardrobe

design Niels Hvass

Skagerak

&Tradition

Column shelves

design John Astbury, 2019

&Tradition

Normann Copenhagen

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Källemo

AYTM

Flos

Hartô

Ferm Living

Frame pin board

design Ferm Living

Ferm Living