This shelf is inspired by the 'lenticular printing technique' which most people know from 3D postcards or tilt cards. This technique allows the image to change or move as the image is viewed from different angles. This shelf is inspired by this principle.
The piece is designed to be 'explored' by walking around it, since it appears to look different from various angles. The lenticular shelf is designed to be accessible from two sides, the front and the back. It therefore acts as a room divider and is most likely placed off the wall.
From one side it will look as if it is made of neat solid blocks of colour whereas from another perspective it will look like an open, airy shelf.
Most suitable for open plan offices or generously sized domestic environments. It consists of individual boxes which are connected to each other with invisible fasteners.
images by Amandine Alessandra