The work of the Argentine architect Alejandro Sticotti has a modernist base: it takes the constructive and rational influences of the Bauhaus and modern Scandinavian, adds American design elements Shaker and 1950, and merges them with the materials and sensitivity of his native culture. Its shelving units are made from unique, warm hardwoods of South America. vertical and horizontal supports are made of solid lapacho and veneered shelves from cerejeira.
Squeezing the balance forces of gravity, the A unit is suspended at the top of the main horizontal bar, creating a robust vertical shelving. The notched side of each shelf simply slides into the vertical beams, keeping it perfectly in place. The versatility of Sticotti shelving is well resolved: combine multiple units to create additional storage space, move shelves to different levels as needed, or add the optional desk shelf to create a compact work space solution .