/ Julien De Smedt


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Starting at: € 99
The STACKED system provides a storage solution with endless possibilities. With the use of small clips, the modules can be rearranged to create diversified varieties of shelving set ups, room dividers, or side tables. The design can be easily changed by playing around with the space between the modules or mounting them directly onto the wall.

Material And Care

Ash veneered or white MDF.


Powder coated steel.

Cleaning instructions:
Remove dust from shelves with a soft cloth or remove abrasive dust particles. When necessary clean with moist cloth. For wood veneer finishes, dry immediatly with a soft cloth following wood grains. The wood should not be subjected to excessive heat, direct sunlight or humidity.


Width: 21,8 cm
Depth: 35 cm
Height: 43,6 cm

Width: 43,6 cm
Depth: 35 cm
Height: 43,6 cm

Width: 65,4 cm
Depth: 35 cm
Height: 43,6 cm

Width: 35 cm
Length: 131 cm
Height: 20 cm

Clips - set of 5:
Width: 4 cm
Depth: 2 cm
Height: 4 cm

Weight restrictions per module:
Max. weight 25 kg per box
Max. weight 12 kg if mounted on wall
Max. 6 boxes on top of each other

Weight restrictions for the Podium:
Max. 300 kg when evenly distributed on the shelf system

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Stacked lifestyle


Stacked wall

View the design story behind STACKED

Stacked in the entrance

Copenhagen based Julien De Smedt is the co-founder of PLOT and an internationally acclaimed architect. He is recognized for his ability to always take a fresh look at things. His works challenge conventions and many have been awarded. At only 29 years old he won the Golden Lion for world's best concert hall at the Venice Biennale.

“How to be specific and generic altogether? Shelving systems have a tendency to achieve one concern but never both. We decided to dimension shelving units based on the generic measurements of things to store and display while allowing for them to be combined according to specific needs and desires. The result can be at times a random stack of boxes or a coordinated grid of efficient storage... or both!”

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