Set along a wall in a modern home, these designer storage objects by Alf De Fre begin to blur the boundaries between architecture, interior and furniture design. Spatially, they seem as much like extensions of the surrounding walls or art placed against them as they do places to put things. They are more than just bookcases or shelving units.
Components in a modular interior like these can be manipulated to take on whatever size, shape and function is needed. Have an enormous book collection? Prefer to spend the weekend watching your favorite movies? Modules can be added, moved and taken away to create exactly the storage and useful space your home needs.
Furniture taken out of context can be misleading – sure, it looks great in the pictures but what will it do for (or to) an actual living space in a real room of your home? These sizable shelving units are as much about making space as they are about storing books and other odds and ends. Most importantly, they are shown in creative interior design contexts rathre than posed against blank white backgrounds.
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