PAXTON shelf is originally built for a French expat living in Copenhagen. It reflects her wish for a minimal and light design that allows her to exhibit her beautiful collection of souvenirs in her living room.
Having a lot of plant life around the apartment inspired us to integrate green into daily life. The shelf becomes a green wall which gives a natural ornament to the minimal structure.
The Paxton shelf is inspired by, and takes it’s name from, the famous architect; Joseph Paxton, who designed the Crystal Palace for The Great Exhibition in 1851, London.
The Crystal Palace was a large greenhouse structure that exhibited the worlds most precious items in a lush green environment.
The Paxton shelf is a completely modular structure, that interlocks without need of screws or glue. The T-shaped frame supports 90degree angles, and is connected by hand-turned solid brass plugs.
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