Photos: Paula Alvarado.
Another interesting find from Buenos Aires design fair, Feria Puro Diseno (FPD), this is a modular system designed by local studio Disenaveral to build different kinds of shelving spaces that adapt to changing situations.
It's conformed of only four pieces: two types of triangles that make the supporting structure and two types of shelves for vertical or horizontal shapes (a triangular one and a rectangular alternative).
Still in testing phase, the product could hit stores in a month.
Disenaveral is a design studio based in Buenos Aires run by Leandro Laurencena and Maximiliano Cifuni.
Their signature product is a line of 'playable' accessories for the home and the office.
More on them at their website.
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