Pocket Wall

Pocket Wall. It's not a wall in your pocket, but a pocket in your wall.

Polish product designer, Maja Ganszyniec - she of the associative environmental playground - takes her divine inspiration for those products you never quite knew you needed by observing the subtle interplay between object and user. And such was the inception of Pocket Wall; the perforated 'living wallcover' that flies in the face of mess, disorganisarion and that dastardly fiend of modern living - lack of storage space.


Boogie Woogie and Annett from Magis

I was actually in the mist of gathering some info about a different product from Magis, Pierre Paulin's "Flower". However I found myself drawn to teh image (above) featuring Stefano Giovannoni's "Boogie Woogie" shelving system and Francesco Binfaré's Annett (on wheels). While theres probably no reason to place an office style chair facing a shelving system in real life (though I guess you might want to roll about on your chair picking up books in a moment of extreme laziness). These are definitely to products that would compliment each other if you where to set about creating a slightly Dali-esque feel to a room.

Boogie Woogie

Annett from Magis

Visit Magis online at www.magisdesign.com


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