Early on in the company, I was commissioned to design and build a pair of display shelves for a shop in SF. The shelves needed to disassemble for transport to maker faires as well as keeping the focus on the products displayed, and not the shelf. We decided to go with a thin profile shelving unit, with tapering shelf depths, to give the piece a nice, light feel, but to also keep focus on the products and prevent them from getting buried in deep shelves. The result came out great, and I spent the next few years slowly redesigning them without the dimensional restrictions of my clients space to create a more residential version of the piece. Much like the first two units, these shelves have a very special lightness that brings attention to the items they display. The wood shelves and powder coated steel frame also offer an opportunity for a great deal of personalization to compliment any space.