At Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair 2015, young designer Johanna Paulsson of studio Hus15 presented Små Ting, a simple P-shaped storage unit made with a bent and polished wooden plank that rolls up creating room where to keep things.
Små Ting is simple and a practical storage solution for people who run a hectic life inhabiting small houses packed with stuff. Its simple geometry gives chance to multiple uses and variations.
A pivoting door allows to keep items out of sight. If positioned horizontally on the wall the flat extension of the plank becomes a practical shelf. Instead, if it is hung vertically, the extension can host a mirror or even hooks for clothes.
Johanna Paulsson says: “Our need for storage is personal and constantly changing. My desire is to ease the temporary storage of small things that occurs in everyday life. Small things do make a difference”.
The project was showcased at the Green House during Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2015. Green House is the section where up-and-coming designers and design schools show their prototypes to future partners, producers and customers.
After a master degree in product and interior design from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Johanna Paulsson founded Hus15 design studio with Robert Nilsson.
Paulssen and Nilsson say “Our main work is within product, spatial design ad styling but we also work with concept development, preopening planning and management solutions within the hospitality business”.
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