Reinventing classic shelving: ‘undergraduate’ by Andy Martin

We were getting our daily fix of the fabulous Design Milk website and came across Andy Martin’s ‘Undergraduate’ shelving – and fell in love!

The shelving is the reinvention of the classic building bricks and sheets of wood, rescued from the scrapheap, and stacked one on top of another to form shelves. They’re typically found in cramped student accommodation and London-based Andy drew on his own undergraduate experience of living with other students.

In the undergraduate shelving the bricks are now CNC carved from fast grown timbers and then coated in a pu lacquer. The blocks are clipped together using a rubber puck and allow for flexibility with slight movements of the timber.

Andy will show his new exciting furniture project under the theme of INSPIRATION at Meet My Project, during the FuoriSalone 2012 in Milan. If you’re passing…

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