The system, made of Arpro expanded polypropylene, consists of wedge-shaped units with corrugated edges that tesselate to fill alcoves or spaces between columns.
Make/Shift also comes with clips that can be used to create freestanding assemblies.
Marigold graduated from London's Royal College of Art last year, where he presented a prototype of Make/Shift as part of his degree show.
Make/Shift was launched in Cologne during the IMM furniture fair (thanks to Barbara Chandler for spotting this).
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