A single acoustic sheet has been pressed together and housed within a timber frame, allowing three sections of the plastic panel to protrude forward and be utilised as a support system. Timber shelves locate around these protrusions and are kept in position via a series of oak dowels. The relationship between these two materials allows the eye to explore the surface and texture of the timber against the particular visual and tactile qualities of the manufactured sheet.
Tilted is a wall-leaning shelf comprised of straightforward parts that work together to create a furniture object whose form is unfamiliar, but whose structure is clearly expressed.
Materials: EchoPanel, oak (japanned / natural), aluminium, stainless steel
Photography: Charlie White