The four interactive components are:
-A belt in polyester, generally used for load anchorages, provided with a reversible blocking device
-Wooden profiles of different heights, which are used as legs and studs, with a precise section to generate the right tension of the belts through the metallic loops of the tops.
-Metal tops of different dimensions provided with proper seats into which the wooden profiles lock contributing, with the belt system, to the overall sturdiness of the structure.
-Metal tops of different dimensions, pierced so that lateral studs and loops can be inserted. The belt stretched tight supports and holds in place the shelf at required heights.
As per the height between shelves, there are no predetermined locking positions. The shelves can slide freely and different distances between shelves can be decided according to need. Fast's versatility allows to realize shelves, seats, tables and other surfaces, which can be self-standing or linked through shared legs. Starting from basic combinations, it is possible to achieve more complex solutions too, even desk systems or very useful wall structures, bookcases or microenvironments.
The project, carried out with respect for ecological concern, is emblematic of Danese's eco-sustainable green approach. Simple components obtained from basic manufacturing processes make it possible to provide responses for a multiplicity and plurality of requirements while the quality of the materials ensures durability.
The system can be easily dismantled and components can be added or substituted according to mood.