Wallpockets by Ampersand

Wallpockets by Ampersand

Sarah Coffey
Feb 19, 2009

Last month we discovered the Bouroullec Brothers' Clouds, a high-end system of modular, triangular fabric tiles that were beautiful but out of reach for most. This month, we offer up a more accessible and DIYable version, with the added bonus of pocket storage...

Discovered via the 2Modern Design Blog, Wallpockets are the invention of industrial design students Tim Karoleff and Shea Springer, aka Ampersand. These modular pentagons are made from cardboard, which we love for its flexibility and simplicity.

Wallpockets come in a range of colors, are die-cut from e-flute cardboard, and are shipped flat packed. They're adhesive-free and easy to assemble. Ampersand's products aren't currently available through retailers or distributors, but you can learn more about their work here.

Found via 2Modern Design Blog

Created with Sketch.