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String® System Floor Panel

Kajsa & Nisse Strinning 1949

The panels are the base when building your string shelf.

The floor panels are available in three heights, 850mm, 1150mm, and 2000mm, along with one depth, 300mm. When the panels are decided, you can start adding products with 300mm depth from String® System.

Choose among shelves, cabinets, drawers, magazine shelves and more. The foot of the floor panel rests against the floor, which makes the shelf stable while appearing light and airy.

Make your shelf more functional and unique by adding organisers, a knife holder or a magazine holder, which are all placed on the panel’s threads. The panels come in two packages, either with one or two-floor panels.


Simply drag and drop desired parts from the menu to your left and create your own unique combination. Play with colours, materials and when perfected after your taste and needs – e-mail it to your nearest showroom for a quote and complete list of all the parts attached to your drawing.



Kajsa & Nisse Strinning

Nils “Nisse” Strinning (1917 – 2006) was a Swedish architect and designer whose clean and practical designs have come to form the basis of what is now known as “Scandinavian design”.
Nisse Strinning was best known for the String shelving system that he and his wife, the designer Kajsa Strinning, designed in response to a 1949 contest held by Bonnier public library.



The String design has received more than 15 prestigious international awards including a gold medal at the Milan Triennale (1954), The Classic Prize and Excellent Swedish Design (1999), German Design Award (2016), “Furniture Supplier of the Year” and Winner Long Life Design Award (2020) to name a few. String® was also honoured with a stamp by the Swedish Postal Service (2017).