This year we’re launching our new 345mm deeper shelves at designjunction. Come and see us on the first floor stand F3, 18-21st September.
All our posts about the things that fascinate us; buildings, shelving, design and making
Come and see us during The London Design Festival 17th-21st September at the old sorting office in London. We’re on the 1st floor near the entrance, stand F3.
Everything you display has a story behind it. N0.2 A new range of amazing machines born from the love of science and engineering, wooden toys designed and produced by London based Papafoxtrot. Our favourite is the weather buoy.
Our Book 1 gives a short introduction and explanation about our shelving system. To view the Book click on the following link: ON&ON Book 1
We’ll be sharing some of our favourite ‘collections’ with you. This is No.1 from The Pudding Stop in St.Albans our sustainable friends, displaying beers and largers from the English Freedom brewery company.
Our shelving never bows or sags as it’s made from recycled aluminium. This means you can almost use it anywhere you like. We make 5 standard sizes up to 5 metres in length.
We provide a free made to measure service, which makes our shelving perfect for alcoves. Select one of our 5 standard sizes and we cut it to the correct length free of charge. Speak with our planning team today and we can design your alcove shelving. To see how our shelving system works and to […]
Today we managed to visit Martino Gampers exhibition at the new Serpentine Sackler Gallery designed by Zaha Hadid . Fantastic exhibition combining two things we love, shelving systems and collections together. One of our favourites of the show was ‘Book Show Case 2010/2014’. Visit the exhibition it ends on the 21st April.
A simple diagram and a bit of theory to explain why our shelving system is different to others. A system is a set of interdependent components forming an integrated whole. Closed systems are defined and bound, their components are isolated from their surroundings and they do not interact with their environment. Whereas open systems interface […]