Aluminum Shelf is a minimal series of aluminum shelves designed by Seoul-based Spatial Semiology. The series is simply composed with bent aluminum sheets, bolts and nuts, and stationery clips without welding. It can be placed as an island to show front and back, or hang up to a wall, and also able to be combined two shelves by stationery clips. It’s a simple assembler system which is flexible to add an amount of shelf for expansion by user. The height of each part is slightly different so it can overlap and be packed compact when it’s disassembled.
Photography by Son Mihyun