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EDITOR'S CHOICE GRAND PRIZE: Elasticshelf by SystemDesignStudio

Our readers weren't the only ones who voted - we had an illustrious panel of judges from prominent design blogs and magazines, and the final tally of their votes gave the prize to the Elasticshelf by SystemDesignStudio. This clever and elegant shelf uses defunct bicycle tires stretched between two used furniture legs to provide fun and easy storage space for books and doodads. Designboom editor Birgit Lohmann had this to say about the Elasticshelf: "The Elasticshelf brings together an unexpected use of materials, to create a visually interesting shelving system. Its simple design is practical and adaptable and can be executed by just about anyone requiring minimal tooling - it is what a DIY project should be about."

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