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Storage

String composition
String composition
String Shelving is a highly flexible system of storage which you can build up to suit your needs. It was designed in 1949 by Swedish architect Nils Strinning and has become a Scandinavian design classic employed throughout the world. The simplicity of the
by Nils Strinning
String Shelving  system- Black Side Panels
String Shelving system- Black Side Panels
String Shelving is a highly flexible system of storage which you can build up to suit your needs. It was designed in 1949 by Swedish architect Nils Strinning and has become a Scandinavian design classic employed throughout the world. The simplicity of the
by Nils Strinning
String Shelving system- Grey Side Panels
String Shelving system- Grey Side Panels
String Shelving is a highly flexible system of storage which you can build up to suit your needs. It was designed in 1949 by Swedish architect Nils Strinning and has become a Scandinavian design classic employed throughout the world. The simplicity of the
by Nils Strinning
String Shelving system- White Side Panels
String Shelving system- White Side Panels
String Shelving is a highly flexible system of storage which you can build up to suit your needs. It was designed in 1949 by Swedish architect Nils Strinning and has become a Scandinavian design classic employed throughout the world. The simplicity of the
by Nils Strinning