sitting firmly on the wall, are 3 layers of cuboid boxes which fan out into a star like display. each layer offering different volumes for items in the living area. The icosikaitera ( 24 sided polygon) offer a realistic , yet creative way to store books and other minimal materials around the living area.
The installation was put together by interior design enthusiasts, Jessica and Sinclair who were inspired to do so by similar designs on Pinterest. offering a museum like curation of materials and figurines, although it was was initially intended for books, it framing the conner offering sensibility to the space. The star shelf offers two distinct functions: adding a bit of identity to the area, and as hold area for books and materials.
photo credit: jeessandSinclair
the installation starts out with 12 cuboid boxes, joined at hinges, encircled by more larger boxes, 12 in number also. And the final layer by even more bigger boxes compacting the whole shelf into one large 24-gon petal structure.
Jessica, the lead designer, measured the wall space, took the inspiring picture and managed graphics of the designs. While Sinclair completed actual construction. The project cost over $900 to build. JessandSinclair use it as a mixed usa display for flora pots and books.
Installing the outer layer photo credit: jeessandSinclair
assembling the cuboid boxes on the floor (photo credit: jeessandSinclair)
Sinclair finish some of the boxes (photo credit: jeessandSinclair )