4Change module colors and place together to make one overall form.
5The innovative Casamania from Claudio Bellini is the newest urban modular bookshelf appliance for any contemporary room design.For indoor or outdoor use.Made from polyethyleneAvailable in many colors; sky blue, white, orange, light grey, purple, black, and red.
10This modern seating is innovative approach to outdoor furniture design This modern seating is innovative approach to outdoor furniture design. These modular cushions can be transformed into nine different configurations.
14This Prefabricated modular house has 4 basic components. A Core where all the utilities connect and the bathrooms are located. There are radiating wings in 7’, 14’, and 21’ modules.These can get connected in different configurations allowing for endless possibilities in design for different houses.
22Kristian Pedersen tested the boundaries of legibility related to perspective and light; the result was a 3-dimensional installation with a modular sculpture forming the word legibility on a rigid horizontal grit. The separate modules for each letter consisted of simple plexiglass square plates in various widths and lengths. “The aim was to explore legibility that depends on the position of the viewer; what makes sense from one specific angle, may reveal different qualities from another.”
29Sol LeWitt Accession no Sol LeWitt Accession no. GMA Medium White enamel paint on wood Size Each structure x x cm Five Modular Structures (Sequential Permutations on the Number Five) 1972
30The Clouds installation by brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Kvadrat was a spectacular addition to the space at IMM. Clouds are a modular textile system used to create room dividers or sound-absorbing art pieces and held together with elastic bands.
31Anne Sewell Design"Interlock" Room DividerMDF and FormicaW210 x H210 x D25 cm
37Huge Neck PartyThis necklace has been evolving for more than a decade. All glass beads and sterling silver are flameworked and forged by Jenine Bressner.Just imagine creating about a dozen styrofoam spheres with 3D surface designs. Oooh!