(in)visible is a system of site-specific furniture made exclusively from styrofoam and cardboard. The space for which the system is intended is used in many different situations to which it must be able to adapt. It is specific for the larger niche in the wall, which intrigued me and prompted me to think about a 'magical' shelf.
Guided by the principles of DIY culture, the goal was to design a shelf/cabinet from which all elements can be removed and put back in place after use. Since the frequent lifting and moving of elements is expected, I wanted to use materials as light as possible.
The system consists of a three-dimensional grid with 12 hollow fields (cubes), eight chairs, two benches and two coffee tables. The system is designed in such a way that the positions of the elements in the grid can be rearranged, which allows the composition to change again and again after each use. When all the elements are removed, the grid remains hollow, like a skeleton, almost invisible.
Victoria is a student from Labin, a small town in Istria, where she graduated general-education high school. She continues her education in Zagreb at the School of Design and is currently an industrial design sophomore of undergraduate studies. She previously exhibited at School of Design exhibitions, last year's ZGDW exhibition and the biennial exhibition of Croatian design in 2021/22. Besides studying, she is interested in illustration, animation and video editing.