Stacked Storage System - Small

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Being both versatile and functional, the Stacked Storage System can be arranged and rearranged for the exact configuration that you’d like, whether it be as shelving setups, sideboards, bookcases or side table. The design can easily be refreshed by playing around with the space between the modules or mounting the modules with backboard directly onto the wall.

Each Stacked module comes with two Clips in the same color as the module, while Oak comes with two Clips in Light Grey. The Stacked Storage System complies with the European requirements for safety, strength, durability and stability within storage — EN 16121:2013 and EN 16122:2012 — when following the assembly and configuration guidelines.

Modules and podium in PU lacquered MDF or oak veneer. Clips made of painted steel.
Colored versions: Every side is cut out of MDF, then assembled, glued together and painted with three layers of PU lacquer.
Oak versions: Every side is cut out of MDF with oak veneer, then assembled and glued together.

Stacked Storage System - Small

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Dimensions (cm)

W21.8 x D35 x H43.6

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Julien De Smedt

Julien De Smedt

Julien De Smedt is the founder and director of JDS Architects based in Brussels, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Shanghai. Born in Brussels, Julien attended schools in Brussels, Paris, and Los Angeles before receiving his diploma from the Bartlett School of Architecture in London. De Smedt received the Henning Larsen Prize in 2003 and the Eckersberg medal in 2005, the Maaskant Award in 2009 and the Prix Dejean in 2014 from the French Academy of Architecture. Julien De Smedt has been a guest lecturer in numerous venues worldwide. His work is published and exhibited internationally.

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