was first discovered in the mind and sketchbook of a young designer from
Norway. Bjørn Jørund Blikstad, an avant-garde furniture designer and masters
degree graduate from Oslo National Academy of the Arts, was tired of
traditional shelving options and wanted to discover what happens when utility
and design collide.
was intrigued by the concept of a link between the storage inside and outside
our minds. An idea that our memory functions are spatial, like when you’re
reading a book, spatial images occur of scenes and characters. It’s that
transition from the two dimensional to a feeling of three dimensions that is
Imeuble, Blikstad has achieved an incredible and engaging representation of
that transition of memory from 2D to 3D that not only looks beautiful but also
works beautifully too.