bike shelf by knife and saw
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chris brigham of san francisco-based knife and saw designed ‘bike shelf’ after visiting friends
who lived in small spaces throughout new york and san francisco. noticing that the bikes were
always in the way – in the hall or leaning against another piece of furniture – brigham realized
that there were no intelligent solutions to the problem.
made from solid walnut or ash and suspended from a square steel rod mount,
the ‘bike shelf’ management system provides a compact storage solution for bicycles,
while its flat top surface acts as a shelf for keys, books or bike accessories.
the bike is stored within a slot in the shelf
the design considers the measurements of most bike frames, but can be custom made
for those that do not fit.
stack of shelves