snarkitecture: excavated stone shelving
 
snarkitecture: excavated stone shelving snarkitecture: excavated stone shelving
jun 05, 2012

snarkitecture: excavated stone shelving

snarkitecture: excavated stone shelving‘shelve’ by snarkitecturelacquered wood, fiberglass

 

 

 

new york-based experimental practice snarkitecture exercises their company philosophy by combining art and architecture to create ‘shelve’, a custom display system. the lacquered wood and fibreglass precipices pay homage to a slab of rock excavated from the earth. designed in different styles, they are able to be arranged freely on the surface of a wall.  on show within the noho design district during NY design week 2012.

available in lengths of 24″, 36″, 48″ and depths of 6″, 9″, 12″ and 15″

detail view

detail view underside

  • already done!
    let’s have a look : http://www.azambourg.fr/238-0-Etagre+mousse+2.html

    Laura says:
  • jup, indeed. also same concepts as the shlves the bouroullec’s designd for vitra (corniche)

    cj says:
  • It’s a wall shelf folks. Are we going to start comparing chairs and say one is copying the other because it has four legs? I think this is a bit different than the Azabourg version, more rugged looking. It would be interesting, although maybe a bit heavy, if they were actually made from stone. Maybe not so weighty on the underside to be make it feasible?

    bloop says:
  • interesting, but the best thing here is “snarkitecture” – great handle!

    dbkii says:

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