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      Z-step is a display system made from sheet metal based on steps of 33 x 33 x 33 cm. Two of these steps can be stacked and assembled in different ways. They form different spacial configurations. There are magnetic bars, knobs and coat-hangers carved from beech wood to fix items on the Z-step. In this way it becomes easy and versatile to show any kind of item like books, magazines, shoes, clothes, accessories, or other kind of products.

    • Mel Buswell

      display detail- wood slat on white angled surface

    • Sally Jamieson

      michael schoner: z step display system

    • Trakke

      Core77 / industrial design magazine + resource / Interior/Exhibition Design category

    • Elise B

      Z Step by Michael Schooner | Trendland: Fashion Blog & Trend Magazine

    • pegata

      Z-Step, from designer Michael Schoner. furniture for exhibicionist.

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