Shelsk • Hybrid prototype
• Italy • Design: January 2013
Shelsk is a prototype conceived to match the typical characteristics of a desk and a shelf into one single macro-object that could work as an accumulator of functions, spaces, and objects. Rather than designing two finite and separate elements, Shelsk was ideated to optimize space in domestic and working environments and, at the same time, to allow its free manipulation and customization according to the user’s needs. Thanks to the potentially infinite combination of its different pieces, Shelsk can acquire multiple configurations: stacking, assembling and manipulating become the keywords of the project.