This is an example of the gravity concept I have researched about. By using the process of gravity, Many things can happen. Another Idea I had pertaining to this concept was using a Flexible but sturdy material which would have a hole large enough for the nose of the bottle to fit. After inserting it into the hole, you would twist the material where the material will be caught onto the grove of the nose. So initially, the bottle will be hanging.
This wine rack is specifically reliant on its shape of the surface. This is a great example of using forced stability. But I want to do something different. I want to use a natural way of a material to take form of the bottle rather the bottle being forced to sit in a specific way.
This is a eco-shelving system made from paperboard rolls and velcro. It made me think when i saw this item that, what if “My” wall mount piece were to be able to pull apart and put back together? How would I put them together? what materials would be the best option for stability, but still keeps the sustainability.
I have noticed that many of the shelving systems these days are made of lots of harmful materials. An installation like this can bring a vibe to the atmosphere of the room and can be a conversation starter.
Im having ideas of incorporating hinges so the mall mount shelving can be spread out not so clumped together.
Elasticity is something i was thinking of.
The thinner, it gives and interesting shapes of the objects.