Unit, VIA

2008

 

The average bookcase is always too big or too small. It rarely correlates to our true needs at any given time. Also our needs change, the amount of books mostly grows, but not the bookcase.

A suggested conclusion to that problem is this all-wood bookcase.

It's an evolving solution that can be built up in phases, by simply adding the necessary modules. Two pieces of wood assembled by dowel pins form the open-ended structure. The profile of these elements unfold in continuous lines with no break, allowing endless options for combinations that will offer the end user a functional and decorative freedom.

 

Free for edition

 

Dimensions:  L60cm x D25cm x H2 cm

 

Materials: Chestnut wood