Paint a picture of circles and lines on the wall and it becomes three-dimensional and can be used to hang or to store the beautiful things in life. That is the idea behind Magunetto.
Magunetto is a filigrane wardrobe storage system that can be individually designed and adapted to your needs. As a connection it uses the power of magnets. The inspiration for Magunetto can be found in the abstract drawings of Wassily Kandinsky. It is the idea of making a point, a line or a surface three-dimensional and connecting them with each other. The result is a simple but playful system that offers a wide range of design possibilities.
The sphere forms the fixed element on the wall where all elements are clicked into place. The bars with their cross pins serve as hooks and as a storage tray, panels extend the system. These are also clicked into the spheres and a rod is inserted through the hole in the panel; the transverse pins of the rods serve as a support for the panel. An S-shape as well as a lamp complete the system.
The individual elements of Magunetto are available in two versions: Either completely in natural ash or the spheres painted black, the rods natural ash and the cross pins painted orange-red and petrol-blue. The panels are also available in two versions: Raw metal and stainless steel mirror polished. Since it can be used alone as a mirror or magnetic board.
The size of Magnuetto is divided into 3 rod lengths, 2 ball sizes, 2 pane sizes, 1 S-shape and 1 lamp size. This allows you to create your very own individual Magunetto.
Photocredit: Tom Witschel