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A foldable bookcase which, according to Magistretti’s modus operandi, sprang from an analysis and reinterpretation a product type and the sum of its parts, the sides and shelves.
The “Veliero” bookcase recalls the stays of a sailing boat in its shape and structure.
Modular system based on the concept of the containment boiserie.
Airport is a modular bookcase by Giorgio Cattelan, made of metal pillars and wooden shelves, available in different finishes.
Conceived in the late 1950s as a floor-to-ceiling free-standing bookcase, "Albero" was designed for use in interior settings rather than for serial production.
Albero, iron design bookcase with wooden shelves, available in two dimensions.
A new concept of an object within an object, a range of shelving units with a strong personality. Not just a bookcase, but an object that lends itself to personal usage interpretations.
Bookcase desigend by Tarcisio Colzani.
Two-handed bookcase, Italian brand icon, designed in 1970 by Shiro Kuramata, one of the first designer to collaborate with Cappellini.
An artist's creativity combined with a great company’s technology results in to a bookcase design of industrial scale that can rightfully be considered the world’s most daring and revolutionary: Bookworm, the flexible bookshelf.
Bookcase or side table designed by Marelli & Molteni in solid canaletta walnut.
Modular double-faced bookcase.
Diadema, iron design bookcase, available in three dimensions and various finishing.
Bookcase in painted steel.
Wall bookcase/wine rack in lacquered steel or in polished stainless steel.
Bookshelves opened on both sides in three different heights.
"FUN" is a modular side-by-side bookcase which can be wall-mounted or free-standing. Is lacquered matt white available in various sizes.