The atelier Boffi known for its contemporary interiors and modern furnishings, has collaborated with the Milan-based Bulgarian architect Victor Vasilev, known for his graceful mix of modern and traditional elements. The Milan based architect has designed innovative storage solutions in blind shape for Italian manufacturer Boffi, drawing inspiration by the profiles of high-rise building touching the sky in metro-cities. Dubbed as CTline, these blinds for inside actually features vertical units with shelves that impressively works as ‘staggered floors’ in varied heights and depths. Notably, this modular shelving system creates a characteristic composition with an irregular profile.
Though, the CTline was originally intended to be used in a library by Mr. Victor Vasilev, but Boffi has decided to position them in the home. The storage system has been masterly crafted out of a matte-white Betacryl solid surface material and is made available in six different proportions to complement the home including the kitchen and the bathroom.
Designed to afloat on an angle with the levels that look like building floors, the different sized tall shelves reminds one of the New York City’s skyline.
The bathroom module comes fitted with a mirror on inclined front side.
Available in the United States via Boffi stores, the CTline starts at approx. $750 and can go over $4,470 for a five-piece set, exclusive of mirrors.