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November 26, 2011

Kulma (Corner Shelf)


Created by Helsinki-based Martina Carpelan who wrote, "Kulma, corner in Finnish, is a shelf to be hung either in a positive or a negative corner of a room. The idea is to utilize and highlight both the space within the shelf and the corner surrounding the shelf."


Oak; 43cm W x 25cm H x 25cm D.

"Produced on request by Martina Carpelan, designed together with Hong Ngo in 2006."

See her shop, then get the details here.

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At the sound of the bell, come out remonstrating.

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Nov 26, 2011 8:03:16 PM

Positive or negative corner, interesting!

Teacher: Becs, you stand facing the negative corner of the room.

Joe, you stand facing the positive corner.

Joe Peach, you stand facing the neutral corner of the room, Huh?

Posted by: Joe Peach | Nov 26, 2011 7:19:57 PM

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