The Demon Shelf system was designed by Mathieu Matégot in 1954. It is a modular shelving system composed of gloss painted black metal brackets and veneered shelves in either black stained ash, natural oak or walnut.
This version is 155cm wide and comes with 3, 4 or 5 shelves. The distance between the two bottom shelves is 35cm and 25cm between the upper shelves.
Mathieu Matégot (1910 - 2001) was a versatile, independent and self-taught Hungarian designer, architect and artist who spent most of his life in his beloved Paris, where he for the first time settled in 1931 after finishing his studies at Budapest's School of Art and Architecture. Mathieu Matégot is most known for this groundbreaking material and technique, which he named Rigitulle, where metal tubing is combined with perforated metal sheet. Like fabric, Rigitulle could be bent, folded and shaped to give the furniture he designed transparency, weightlessness and everlasting modernity.