The string® system was designed in 1949 by the Swedish architect Nisse Strinning. Over 60 years it has evolved from being a ground-breaking concept to becoming one of the most loved pieces of classic Scandinavian design. Each component of the system is so well thought through that there is an almost infinite variety of combinations. Thanks to the slim panels it’s possible to create a shelf large enough for any number of books and objects that still looks light. The components are available in a range of colours and materials, yet the measurements are fixed and have never been altered. That’s why a string® shelf can always be rebuilt, reinvented and transformed.
String Build It Configurator:
Build your own String System by using the link above. Save the PDF and then select the String components listed below. If you require help, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note, all components arrive flat packed, and will require assembly.
Work Desk: Only with 30cm deep String side panels. Not with String Plex.
Magazine Shelf: Only with 30cm deep String side panels. Not with String Plex.
Magazine Shelf Wood: Only with 30cm deep String side panels. Not with String Plex.
Folding Table: Only with Floor Panels.
Skirtings. Please note a clearance of 12.5cm for the Floor Side Panels to be positioned.
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