String Pocket is the smallest version of string®. It comes in a kit of two panels and three shelves – making a small bookcase that will fit in almost anywhere. If you get another kit something interesting will happen: doubling the number of panels more than doubles the possible number of sections, three instead of two. Note that String® Pocket can also be expanded vertically.
The String® System was designed in 1949 by Swedish architect, Nils Strinning, with String® Pocket being added to the portfolio in 2005.
W60 x H50 x D15cm
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