A stacking shelf from variable chests of drawers.
›Hochstapler‹ (stacker) is a combination of three individual chests of drawers that can be stacked to form one unit. The respective stacking order is up to you. It is even possible to shift and stagger. This allows you to individually respond to different room settings, like roof pitches, stairs, wall projections, or radiator niches. This freedom in design and form creates unlimited new possibilities for fitting the Hochstapler and can also obviously be complemented in a variety of different ways.
Text by Prof. Volker Albus


Year: 2007
Material: wood (painted)
Photography by Michael Anhalt