Designed by Doron Lachisch in 1998, DLP-Design’s Cubitec shelves are a favorite of homeowners for books, favorite objects, food and clothing storage, as well as retailers who use them to chicly display their wares around the world. The modular systems come in kits of 12 panels that can be arranged in many different ways (12 panels yields a grid of four boxes.)
Composed of injected-molded non-toxic polypropylene, the shelves have a deceivingly light look that holds a lot of weight (up to 55 pounds per shelf). You can can make this versatile system into different compositions — a grid, a long horizontal console, a wall of shelves, a tall vertical unit of shelves or even a stepped arrangement:
Cubitec comes in white or orange.
If the open look isn’t for you, there are also backs and doors you can order separately.
Today through midnight September 11, 2015 Design Public has these systems on sale.
Kits: $215 (12 panels; yields a grid of 4 boxes)
Doors: $45 each
Backs: $40 each