With bold black outlines, these storage modules look like two-dimensional pictures that hang on the wall or sit on the floor. Lassens’ frame comes from a sketch by Mogens Lassen from 1943 and the result is a collection of square boxes in cubic frames that can either be hung on the wall, joined together, stacked or placed individually on the floor. The possibilities are limitless – you can create a classic shelf with one or two, or a massive, sculptural grouping. You can also use them with or without doors. The frame is available in six colors: white, light gray, dark gray, black stained ash, oak and light green.