Unusually elaborately interconnected wall shelf series
Taidgh is the name of a series of wall shelves from ClassiCon designed by Californian designer Taidgh O'Neill. More than purely functional shelves, the sculptural Taidgh series creates a field of tension on the wall and is both object and storage. The special attraction of the objects results from the fragmented construction of different elements, which are unusually elaborately connected with each other. Unusual starting points and proportions of the lasts underline the sculptural impression. Like characters or emblems they decorate the wall. On the shelves, decorative objects such as vases, books, jewellery boxes, pictures and the like find an exceptionally beautiful place.
Taidgh Shelf Model A and Model B can be combined to form an independent new object. Shelves, connecting parts and struts of the models are made of solid oak or walnut with a silky matt surface. The Taidgh Shelf Model C has angles in polished and unpainted copper. The wood forms an interesting bond with the copper and gives the shelf a surprising note.