nendo: wooden fold shelf for conde house
nendo: wooden fold shelf for conde house nendo: wooden fold shelf for conde house
apr 03, 2013
nendo: wooden fold shelf for conde house

nendo: wooden fold shelf for conde house
image © yoneo kawabe



made out of interlocking wooden boards, the ‘fold’ shelving unit by nendo is oriented in different positioned angles.
debuting at spazio pontaccio during salone del mobile in milano, the system uses the superior craftsmanship of japanese
manufacturer conde house, making the joints appear seamless – as though single boards have been bent and interwoven
like paper chains or a woven textile. looking at the shelves, it seems virtually impossible to know how the parts are connected.



angular shelf positioning
image © yoneo kawabe



angular shelf positioning
image © yoneo kawabe



front view detail
image © yoneo kawabe



image © yoneo kawabe

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