Work high bookcase with 2 pillars: basic design to expand the space and customize the room. 2 pillars and 6 shelves, the Work high bookcase is a module that allows you to extend according to needs the storage space to organize objects, boxes or books of all types and sizes. It has an essential look that immediately brings to mind storage units typical of warehouses and shops, but has a wealth of details that warms the Spartan industrial-style from which it takes inspiration. The shelves are characterized by an imperceptible incline, while the base is made stable and secure by strategic non-slip feet. The lacquering carried out on shelves and pillars makes the bookcase pleasing to the touch and the eye, at the same time protecting it from scratches. Ideal in domestic contexts, the Work high bookcase with two pillars can be positioned in the living area as in the bedrooms, can be left in plain view, but also used in utility rooms, garages and hobby rooms, in order to have a mobile with reduced dimensions, but able to offer unrivaled capacity and practicality. Similarly, it fits perfectly in professional and contract spaces: offices, restaurants, schools and shops will always be tidy and tastefully decorated thanks to this bookcase. Airy and functional, it embodies the will to concretely improve daily life through refined, and yet simple and authentic, aesthetics: Legald Simon's main purpose, the creator of the Work high bookcase with two pillars. Thanks to the combination of materials such as beech and steel, used respectively for the columns and the shelves, this piece of furniture by Normann Copenhagen also ensures strength, toughness and durability, as well as a remarkable ability to sustain any kind of object, from canned food to boxes, from classic books to work objects. Information: instructions for installation are included; clean with a damp cloth._x000D_
Born in 1986 and a graduate of the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Simon Legald is a Danish product designer who loves to undertake projects for small and large products. With a strong commercial identity, his projects affirm to be conceived to be bought and consequently used. This concept pushes the designer to create according to a functionality criterion.
Born in 1986 and a graduate of the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Simon Legald is a Danish product designer who loves to undertake projects for small and large products. With a strong commercial identity, his projects affirm to be conceived to be bought and consequently used. This concept pushes the designer to create according...
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