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Capillair, an Ingenius Shape Adaptable Storage System

“Capillair’ comes from Duch designer Carolijn Slottje and is a project in the shape of an ingenious adaptable storage system idea. in case you are wondering what is so special about it, you should know that Capillair is a modular furniture piece made from flexible materials such as rubber or felt. Its structure makes it possible for it to adapt and take the shape of its surrounding environment. Another interesting aspect of this design is its cell-like components, which are various in form and also have different sizes. We would add their unusual ability of adapting to the items placed inside. This storage system could act as a regular bookcase or as a cool decorative element. What do you think? Would you buy this for your home?- via Designboom

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2 responses to “Capillair, an Ingenius Shape Adaptable Storage System” - Add yours!

  1. Danielle said:
    June 22, 2010

    This innovative storage system has it’s special benefits. First of all it’s the fact that it occupies only the amount of space in which there are things placed. For instance a shelf will always have the same dimensions no matter how many books or decoration pieces are placed on it but Capillair will mould itself on the objects placed in it.
    Secondly it has an interesting look and could fit nicely in modern decorated interiors.

    Danielle Bradshaw – editor of Designshell

  2. Brook M said:
    June 23, 2010

    The idea may be very interesting but the aesthetically it is not that attracting