Radically constructive, thoroughly reimagined.
The modular Superstructure shelving system celebrates the contrast between raw steel, oak wood and shelves made of fibre cement, which looks like concrete. The unusual material plays a central role in this design by Martin Bereuter and Klemens Grund.
Three types of shelf lengths allow you to adapt the system to suit various spaces and needs. It can also be supplemented with closed cupboard elements. The Superstructure shelving system was honoured with a commendation at the 2018 Handwerk+Form competition.
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Material: fibre cement, raw steel, MDF oak veneer
Production partner: Waldmetall
Design: Martin Bereuter, Klemens Grund
Photography: Adolf Bereuter
About the designers
Born in Lingenau in the Bregenzerwald in 1973, he studied architecture in Liechtenstein before taking over his parents' carpentry business in 2006. Collaboration with artists, designers and creative people in the broadest sense characterizes his joinery and leads to international awards and recognition. Since 2007 Martin Bereuter has been a member of the board of Werkraum Bregenzerwald, since 2015 chairman.
Born in 1982 in the Black Forest is a master carpenter and designer. He studies at the Academy of Crafts, Gut Rosenberg in Aachen and graduates in 2007. In the studio of the renowned architect Peter Zumthor he works for 3 years before he goes freelance and focuses entirely on his own designs. Today Klemens Grund lives in Switzerland. He works in the 3D studio of the Kunstgiesserei Sankt Gallen, gives workshops and teaches.