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LifeEdited Circa 1945: George Nelson's Storage Wall for Life Magazine

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Image photographed at Herman Miller Archives In the recent LifeEdited competition to design a small apartment, many of the entries (including the winner) involved carefully designed storage wall systems to create a minimalist look while storing everything from bikes to kites. Even when editing his life, TreeHugger founder Graham Hill still had lots of stuff. In fact, this was a problem for people even in 1945, when LIFE magazine commissioned George Nelson to design a wall storage system. It made such a splash that it got him his job at Herman Miller. ... Read the full story on TreeHugger





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