Click Shelving System — Large
By Sigurd Larsen
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Click is a boltless shelving system. The minimalistic form and construction, as well as the visual lightness, form the aesthetic characteristics of the shelf. Constructed of 1.5mm thin sheet steel, a girder and shelves, the system functions similar to a construction kit. Only four screws fix the girder together to which the shelves are simply hung up without any tools. The material and precision of the components guarantee the stability and assembly.
Designer Sigurd Larsen, Denmark (2014)
Material Powder coated steel
Origin Made in Germany
Width 91cm / 35.8"
Depth 31cm / 12.2"
Height 145cm / 57"
Sigurd Larsen is a Berlin based Danish architect working within the fields of architecture and furniture design. The studio was founded in 2010 and has completed projects within the fields of housing, hotel, educational and cultural buildings and will continue to explore new fields. The work of the design studio aims to combine the aesthetics of high quality materials with functional concepts for complex spaces. Sigurd Larsen has designed furniture for various German, Danish and American design companies that are sold worldwide. A large number of the furniture pieces are available in the FormelA stores in central Berlin and Copenhagen.
Sigurd Larsen has a master degree from The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in Copenhagen and previously been employed at OMA-Rem Koolhaas in New York, MVRDV in Rotterdam and COBE in Copenhagen.
New Tendency is a Berlin-based design studio that applies Modernist design principles onto contemporary objects of the everyday. In Bauhaus tradition, New Tendency creates products characterized by conceptual design, clean aesthetics and functional form, handcrafted in Germany. The collection of furniture and accessories develops under the creative direction of Manuel Goller and consists of original products as well as collaborations with selected designers and architects such as Clemens Tissi amongst others.