Product DesignModular Shelves Transform the Wall into a Playground for Line and Color

Modular Shelves Transform the Wall into a Playground for Line and Color

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The OGN Project, conducted by a team of young Norwegians, gives shape to the modern graphic by materializing it into a series of modular shelves designed to bring colour and joy to any interior. Oh Yeah Studio, Gala and NokoAnna, respectively a graphic designer, an illustrator and a product designer have invested imagination and creativity to transform the wall into a playground for line and colour.

The multitude of modular shelves leaves room to the creative initiative, having the possibility to compose your own designs and choose the colours that represents you. The choice of decorative accessories through the used materials, chromatic and shape may contribute to the desired atmosphere and mood.

The simple concept and concurrently creative, the power of communication and versatility of the design proposed by OGN Project, can make these modular shelves to become the centre of attention in our room.

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OGN Project transform the wall into a playground for line and color - www.homeworlddesign. com (2)

modular shelves

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modular shelves

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