Wide shelving system composed in a simple yet elegant design. The freestanding Montana Free shelf is perfect for the kitchen, the hallway or home office.
Montana Free shelving system consists of 12 standard compositions that you can choose with an optional interposed shelf. The standard compositions range in size and function from the smallest design: a two-shelf-bench that can fit under a window – to the largest solution: a six-shelf unit perfect as both an airy and decorative room divider or a spacious shelving unit placed against a wall.
Optional, vertical textile panels allow you to play with colours and expressions, create personalised screens between rooms, and alter the transparency of the shelving as desired. Below you can find inspiration from different homes and styles.
Modular system allows you to design the perfect piece for your home or office!
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Montana Free shelving system consists of lacquered MDF shelves in depth 38 cm divided by tubes emphasizing the horizontal shelves. You can add accessories such as book supports and drawers to the system. The shelves, tubes, book supports, and drawers are available in five lacquer colours: Black, New White, Fjord, Black Jade and Beetroot. The panels feature the textile Remix 2 from Kvadrat and are also available as acoustic panels.
Jakob Wagner, was first trained as an engineer, then studied industrial design at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and Art Centre, Switzerland.
In 2003, Jakob Wagner was awarded The Danish Arts Foundation Three-Year Bursary ( Statens Kunstfond’s treårige arbejdslegat).
On his design philosophy, Jakob Wagner says: ”Balance is the key word when I think in terms of design. By creating close balances between opposing values, our senses are challenged–creating a play that turns into a game.
We may point to countless balances making their mark in the things by which we surround ourselves. This may, for instance, be between static versus dynamic expression. Between symmetry and asymmetry, rational and irrational, masculine and feminine, slender and heavy, convex and concave, hard and soft, summer and winter and so on.
We talk of “natural” balances, and this is hardly by mere chance since nature holds all of these. What I would generally like to emphasize in design is the play between balances which will - when perceived – touch us emotionally”.
Wagner has designed for Bang & Olufsen, Moroso, Magis, Bang & Olufsen, Iittala, Georg Jensen, Porsche for Hay Wagner designed the JW01, JW02 and the Ray Chair.