This also comes from ID's annual design review. Kurl shelving from Karim Rashid was a low level but eye catching prize winner.
Designed for Zeritalia and made of 12 millimeter thick panes of colored glass, the shelves are stackable up to a dozen pieces high and avoid slipping with tiny rubber feet.
If you like mod shapes, this seems unbeatable (attention, Brandon). We liked the clean design, the modularity, and the fact that they aren't mold-injected lucite. Ted Boerner, who was on ID's panel, called them "amazingly effortless," and we agree. MGR