The shelf flö [sequent] applies the principle of stacking and adding in a very constructive manner: inspired by furniture and upholstery designs of the Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna's Workshop), it consists of only three parts: a recumbent U made from wood, a copper strut, which is inserted in the front edge of the wood profile and panels, made of thin Corian in different colour nuances. Through the shape of the copper strut, the wood profile and the panels are joined and fastened. In this way, the parts can be simply stacked without a need for further fasteners. Additionally, the copper strut allows for the implementation of exceptionally thin panels. By means of stacking and the slightly varying colours of the panels, which jut out towards the side and the back, a shelf is created with a special structure from the front, the side and the back.