Hanging Shelf by Pekka Kuivamäki
We are all accustomed to the traditional shelves that attach to the wall, where books and other items are placed in order, always fixed and immovable. Therefore, this particular shelf hanging on by the Finnish designer Pekka Kuivamäki is a pleasant surprise, so having fun, different and original.
The shelf is called Box 1-7, and was conducted by the Nordic creative collaboration with the Spanish design company Be a Malevich. If you like you can look, but another good option is to take to get an idea yourself.
The system consists of seven boxes of various sizes hanging from a single anchor with the same number of resistant ropes made with nylon or natural materials (to suit the user). The different lengths of the strings are allied with the different sizes of boxes to create a design that resembles an upside range. The versatility of the system allows the user to change the design according to your desire or needs.
The boxes are made of MDF boards laminated on the outside in an intense red. If you want to become your own hanging shelf design, a good option is to use wine boxes, which will save you the work of building the boxes. You can leave them as is, with the printed letters, rough finish for a very attractive-industrial combine perfectly with thick ropes and rough, natural materials. Another option is to paint the outside with red lacquer and enamel-and get a look similar to the design that I show in the photos. If you do not have boxes of wine, the idea is to buy MDF or plywood, cut a series of pieces and build the boxes with wood glue and finishing nails.
And hanging wall boxes you can use a sturdy hanger, attached with screws and anchors.