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"Called Wave, the design plays on Studio FEM’s belief that designs should not only be seen but also felt. Their wonderful shelving system is the joining of a simple shelving concept with natural, pliable materials and a timeless aesthetic — innate qualities of Danish design."

Studio FEM's Playful Wave Shelving Changes Shape Adapting to the Objects Displayed

Danish Studio FEM created a flexible shelving system called Wave that adapts to the objects displayed.

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Shop, boutique, сafe, restaurant, оffice and other. **************************************Thin shelves slotted straight into a rock wall - it doesn't get much more minimalist gorgeous than that!

Yukihiro Yamaguchi's "Hako". Storage/room divider

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leuk ontwerp scandinaviancollectors: FINN JUHL, Baker sofa, circa Wool fabric and teak. Produced by Baker Furniture, Inc.

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Комплект Banquete для чайной церемонии

BANQUETE by Micomoler Banquete is a tea-bench. It can be a seat itself, but it can also be used as a low tea-table for up to four people, providing each one of them with a cushion to seat on the floor.

"Pimp My Billy" IKEA Billy shelf add-on--perfect color

Ikea Hack: Pimp My Billy - the Billy "Wild"er, adding a wild shelf to the Billy bookcase. Made with painted MDF.

"There is no need to go anywhere else to find peace. You will find that deep place of silence right in your room, your garden or even your bathtub" - ELISABETH KUBLER-ROSS -

Wairarapa house, New Zealand, Designer, Ross Stevens ‹ Simon Devitt Photographer