Hexy Wall: Adaptable Magnetic Geometrical Storage

Hexy Wall: Adaptable Magnetic Geometrical Storage

Nick Siemaska
Oct 3, 2011

Whether you are looking for a new storage unit or would like to have sculptural design in your house, consider the Hexy Wall. It's an adaptable structure that carries with it a certain timelessness and beauty that many other practical storage units don't have.

The Hexy Wall is the creation of Mika Gilmore, a graduate of the Boston Architectural College, and although the hexagonal storage unit has been done before throughout the years, Gilmore has designed the Hexy Wall like no other hexagonal wall before it.

The Hexy Wall is sold in clusters. There are three hexagons per cluster and each cluster can stack onto the other. These clusters can stack onto one another in many different ways, allowing the owner to choose how they want to shape their Hexy Wall at any time. Gilmore's design captures the essence of sustainable and modern design: the ability for the design itself to adapt with time.

There are different depths available with the Hexy Wall. This feature can give an added depth to the unit as the whole. For extra stability, the clusters attach with the strong force of super magnets.

As an extended option, the Hexy Wall can be made available with hexagonal drawers, which utilize the entire space within each hexagon.

Lastly, the Hexy Wall can be made in a variety of colors and with different types of wood.

Price per cluster: $175-$300. The Hexy Wall is currently available at Room 68.

Images: Nick Siemaska

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