Slovenia-based architecture students Tadej Podakar and Luka Fabjan of TRIpike studio envisioned an elegant shelving unit combining simplicity, usability and quality. REMLshelf is flexible wall hanger with plenty of storage space for various small objects.

The production process is described as follows: wooden beam, from Slovenian larch trees, is cut into 80cm long basic forms. One of the edges is chamfered to get a simple and attractive final form. The new form is called  REML, highlighting the key properties of wood: massiveness, solidity and structure. A single REML form can be used as small shelving in entrance room, bathroom, kitchen or somewhere else one needs storage surfaces. By connecting seven forms, the REMLshelf is created, a smart unit that can be used as an abstract wall sculpture with a practical storage function. Have a look at the video we’ve uploaded at the end of the post for a better general understanding of the project and tell us what you think! [Photos and information provided via e-mail by Tadej & Luka from TRIpike]