melody & vita

June 3, 2008 at 9:06 am Leave a comment

Melody and Vita are two similar shelving systems designed for MDF Italia.

Melody by Neuland Industriedesign  via: Pan-Dan

Melody’s thin, stark white shelves almost disappear, accentuating the books and objects placed on it.  It’s random pattern, though leaving some wasted space, creates interest allowing you to focus on its composition. A conventional, linear bookshef feels constrained – like everything has it place. However, with Melody you feel as though you can walk right up and put any book or item anywhere and it would be ok. 


A modular square system of shelves and cabinets, Vita, allows you to shape and stack in any combination as needs change over the years. Check out their interactive engine.


Entry filed under: design, furniture, interior design.

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