Reorganised Furnishings by Philipp Beisheim
by Ted Savage / April 19, 2013
Shelving and a side table based on "perfect" 3D geometry, Reorganised by Philipp Beisheim rearranges the Platonic solids, those ideal forms with each face equal in size and shape.


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The table morphs between cube (hexahedron) and pyramid (tetrahedron); the shelves reflect the facets of an icosahedron (20 faces).

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Based in Germany, Beisheim came to his MA in product design via completed training as a cabinet maker.

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Via MOCO Submit.

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