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Product description

For the opening of the newly renovated Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, the design and architecture studio TAF and String Furniture were commissioned to design a new console shelf for the NM& artistic collaboration, a series of products developed for the new museum restaurant. The result: Museum, an elegant and neat shelf.

The idea behind Museum was to develop a functional, multifaceted shelf capable of bearing the Nationalmuseum’s collection of busts. Museum is not only perfect for accentuating pieces of art, but also perfume collections or a pile of books by the bedside. The possibilities are endless and thanks to the shelf’s trim design, several shelves can also be combined on the same surface, for example to showcase the household art or plant collection in an elegant, stylish manner.

“We spent a lot of time on Museum’s proportions, so that it can work in many types of rooms and contexts, for example as a bathroom shelf for cosmetics, or for keys and cell phones in the hallway, or as a bedside table. In order to finetune the dimensions, we constructed a lot of paper models before settling on the final form,” says Gabriella Gustafson, designer and co-founder of TAF.

Museum is cast in aluminium, a very light and durable material. As the shelf and the bearing console are cast as one piece, the shelf has the capacity to bear heavier objects.

Specifications
Materialaluminium
 

Manufacturer:
string furniture, Sweden

Design:
TAF
2019

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