I know what it means to desperately need some shelves in your room because you don’t have any more space to deposit all your books, files, magazines, notebooks and projects. And if you finally get some, they look ugly, they don’t match the rest of your furniture, and you desperately try to decorate them with candles, ornamental objects to distract visitors and their critical opinion. Now you can avoid this thing with the Bambica modular shelving system, designed by Andrew Gancikov and John Fitzpatrick.
This item is composed of fifty pieces held together by plastic pegs. Each rod measures 1h x 17l x.75’’ d, and the materials used in the construction were bamboo and polyamide plastic. Let’s face it, modular shelving systems are not pretty, they look cheap, or if they don’t, they are very expensive. But this time, with the fifty bamboo rods you can put your imagination at work and create different models of shelving.