Well stored: Where to put all your things?
by Jasmin Jouhar | 4/11/2017
Whether proudly presenting or skillfully concealing their contents, the new bureaus, sideboards and shelf units at the Milan Furniture Fair deserve our complete attention.
Bd has always had a special interest in shelving –this auxiliary furnishing that keeps places tidy– and in aluminium too. The Hypóstila shelving was designed in 1979 by Lluís Clotet and Óscar Tusquets, with advice from the
engineer Jesús Jiménez, in such a way that it can take heavy loads using minimal sections and achieve an infinity of sizes and arrangements. In 1995, a new shelving model was manufactured, this time based on tubes along the lines of an idea
of Enric Miralles.
Hypóstila is a shelving that offers infinite possibilities. It is constructed using extruded aluminium sections and the various elements are joined together using pieces that work on the principle of expansion. There
are no holes, so the shelves can be put in any position.
|Height||2000 - 4000 mm|
|Depth||250 - 300 mm|