Mag Frame by Shigeichiro Takeuchi for ligne roset

published in: Design By Marcia Argyriades, 30 July 2009

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Young Japanese designer Shigeichiro Takeuchi is the designer of MAG FRAME.  MAG FRAME is a magazine rack which really doesn’t remind us of anything we’ve seen so far!  His design is very different from conventional magazine racks; as MAG FRAME consists only of a single rod and a single plate.  

This elegant and delicate design is available in brushed stainless steel.  Designer Shigeichiro Takeuchi exhibited this specific rack at Salone Satellite 2008, where Ligne Roset discovered the talent of young designer and decided to commercialize this specific product.  The product has already been manufactured by Ligne Roset and is now available through their stores or at Ligne Roset retailers


MAG FRAME has been designed in such a way that it is easy to carry around, while it is very easy to slide out any magazine with one hand as the plate is designed at a pitched angle.  Shigeichiro Takeuchi graduated in 2001 from Kuwasawa Design School, since 2002 he has been working as a freelancer and in 2007 he established Shigeichiro Studio.  Takeuchi has presented his work in various exhibitions such as Tokyo Designers Block, 100% Design Tokyo, OZONE Living Design Center Gallery, Milano Salone Satellite and Prototype Exhibition 02.  

Log on to his website to see more of his thoughtful and innovative designs! Yatzer loves his designs and we can only expect more from Takeuchi

Designer: Shigeichiro Takeuchi
Year: 2009
Design title: MAG FRAME
Object:  Magazine rack
Manufacturer: Ligne Roset

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Shigeichiro Takeuchi, ligne roset

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    darren | 2009-08-01 08:55:10

    minimal... i like~ hopefully it doesnt too much

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    EM Dixon | 2009-08-05 01:29:20

    Love it. Love it. Love it. Fresh, practical and sexy. Yup -- pretty sure I love it.

  • friend
    chrome | 2009-09-14 13:03:11

    Great! I've seen nothing like this before. I love it.

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