Irina Kruopeau is a photographer and designer who wanted to create some shelves in her studio for display of her photographic works of art, which are a way off-the-wall style projects.
The artist decided to use aluminium shutter boxes for this creative project. Rather than installing shelves in the boxes, the designer decided to cut a series of them in order to create a hexagon upright form, which is quite interesting. The finished product can be seen in Paris, Krakow, Berlin, Sao Paulo, Paris, Valencia, and, as I suspected, it will bring some great results.
These unique shelves will allow you to display your favorite items without blocking space, and because they are inside the walls, they will not incommode you when you are trying to get rid of the clutter on your walls.
I honestly don’t know what else to like about this combination, except that I like the result and I find it very ingenious and fun. You can do what you want with it, not necessarily what I think it is like others. I can imagine that it will take an hour or two to complete the whole, but considering the size of the project and the fun that it will allow you to do this job, I’d say it would be a very rewarding one, especially for artists.