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Brazilian designer duo launches trendy shelved structure in the Buenos Aires Design fair

no screw no glue modular shelving system by disena

Some of the best furniture masterpieces have been on display in the Buenos Aires design fair, Feria Puro Diseno (FPD). Proving to be a platform for young designers and studios, the fair has proved as an excellent platform for everyone to showcase their work with a lot of ease and simplicity. This time, the product in conversation is the modular system designed by the local studio Disenaveral. They have come up with a cool, trendy and unique style of shelves, setting all the disarrayed things in your house to order. Comprising of a simple structure, the shelves have been made by placing 4 pieces of wood together in an array of ultimate design. The 4 pieces of wood have been placed in such a manner so as to make a triangle and a rectangle simultaneously.

By this kind of a design, the user gets maximum utilization of the wooden structure and also, a trendy shelved piece of furniture. The point worth mentioning is that the whole design is glue and screw free and is very light weight. Run by artists Leandro Laurencena and Maximiliano Cifuni, the Disenaveral studio plans to launch the product in about a month’s time. Here’s a cheer for the duo, and wishing them all the best for the launch.

Via: TreeHugger