String & Nisse Strinning's
String Pocket Shelving
One of the first items Andy bought when he was furnishing his home in L.A. was a vintage set of this iconic shelving first introduced by Nisse Strinning in 1949. The Swedish architect-designer is considered one of the founding fathers of the ideals of what is now widely recognized as Scandinavian design. So elegantly minimal, unpretentious and sturdy, it became Andy’s obsession to bring the new incarnations to the U.S. Presto!
The slender “ladder” allows shelves to be easily repositioned. Comprises of three pre-packed shelves (as displayed).