Knitwear shelves specially manufactured for the Rodier store interiors in the 1970s. Great display for your designer clothing, shoes or books.
Rodier was a French firm which manufactured and retailed knitwear which was expensive and simple, in he smartest sense of the word. Since most of the knitwear was displayed in flat packs, the shelves needed only be as wide as a folded shirt. So architect and designer Valerie Doubroucinskis of Service Architecture SNIP in Paris (who was in charge of all Rodier’s shop designs), developed grp units in white or red with five or six shelves which, from a distance, look a bit like TOTEM poles.
This is the tallest version of this iconic design.