The Gispen 663 was designed by Wim Rietveld, the son of Gerrit Rietveld.
This modular shelving system of lacquered steel was introduced in 1954 at the 10th Triennale in Milan and was winner of the ‘Diploma d Ónore’, the highest reward. In 2010, the Gispen 663 was reintroduced for the NgispeN Collection. It can be used as shelving system along a wall but also as a room divider. The basic unit consists of four uprights, six shelves and six drop-fronted modules with rounded grip openings.