Designed by Ivano Losa and produced by Motusmentis, wallboarding is a modular wall storage system that is designed for the individual. 

Wallboarding is a personal furniture project that directly involves the owner, who becomes the creator of the work.

Flexible flat steel sections can be linked together and attached to walls of any kind. The single plate sheets easily assume soft curvaceous shapes, allowing forms of many configurations to be created.

The sheets are available in a variety of colours and finishes, avoiding pre-established shelving concepts of the past.

Motusmentis aims to encourage the individual to become an artist when they create their own wallboard.  

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