German inventor Michael Linden has designed a storage system that it's impossible to outgrow. Called Tavar, it's an easy-to-assemble modular system of panels and connectors that allows you to build an infinite number of rectilinear configurations, and you can integrate doors and drawers too.
All of the components are based on a 20-cm grid, though units can also be divided in half.
Look at how quickly these units come together:
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You can learn more about the Tavar system here.
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He touts "sustainability" yet the shelf system relies on tons of magnets, which are not sustainable. I'd like to hear him comment about that contradiction......
Their site have information on the sustainability but it is more on the materials sourcing.