'cell' bookshelf by peter cohen for string
 
'cell' bookshelf by peter cohen for string
feb 27, 2009

'cell' bookshelf by peter cohen for string

‘cell’ bookshelf by peter cohen for stringstockholm design week 09: swedish company string launched a new bookshelf ‘cell’ designed by peter cohen. with its paper-thin shelves and sleak appearance this high-tech shelving system seems to float transparently in the room. you can fill it with as many books you can fit in the rack, without a hint of bowing in its laminated steel shelves.

'cell' bookshelf by peter cohen for string ‘cell’ bookshelf by peter cohen for stringstring furniture, founded by architect and designer nisse strinning, is known for its lightweight, yet stable bookshelves ‘string’ and ‘string plex’. first introduced in 1949, these are open shelving systems with easy mountable side panels and shelves of different depths. more on the history of string.

'cell' bookshelf by peter cohen for string detail of ‘cell’ bookshelf

'cell' bookshelf by peter cohen for string detail

'cell' bookshelf by peter cohen for string ‘string’ bookshelf by nisse strinning

since its launch in 1949, the ‘string’ design has received more than 15 prestigious international awards. as contemporary today as it was almost 60 years ago, ‘string’ was originally developed as an affordable and flexible book shelf system that could be added to as owners’ book collections increased.

'cell' bookshelf by peter cohen for string detail of ‘string’ bookshelf

'cell' bookshelf by peter cohen for string ‘string’ bookshelf by nisse strinning, white version

'cell' bookshelf by peter cohen for string ‘string’ by nisse strinning, white version

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