By a single pin, these shelf boxes by London designer Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad could be hung from the wall. Preventing tipping when heavier items are placed on one side, silicone pads on the rear of the Shelframe shelves allowed them to grip the wall.
A shelf design designed by London based designer Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad that suspended from a single point was Shelframe. Occupying a space normally reserved for a framed images and framing compositions of everyday objects for use and display, the minimalist shelf was designed. The cable tension, the shelf furniture was allowed to support heavy objects while the silicone pads created a self-securing system that gripped the wall as the shelf becomes loaded. If heavy objects were placed unevenly, the shelf did not tilt to one side. A London based designer with a background in photography and an interest in social space was Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad. Establishing a cross-disciplinary practice that produces work ranging from interior spaces, recipes, furniture, photography, public interventions, and products, he graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2008,.
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