Shelving units for industrial storage are the source of inspiration for the Work bookcase. To be fascinated by shelves and rough pillars, typical of warehouses and factories, is the young and talented designer Simon Legald, who in each of his creations enhances the value of simplicity as the key to combine search for aesthetics and functionality. The visual impact of the Work bookcase is in fact sober, minimalist and linear, but at the same time also full of details that can make valuable and refined the scathing industrial look that characterizes the bookcase. What makes this piece of furniture different and unique of its kind are its original features, represented by the unusual slightly bent profile of each shelf and the pleasant coating of surfaces, powder coated with a sophisticated matte finish. Available in multiple colours, the bookcase does not leave time for doubts or uncertainties: large but very minimal encumbrance, it offers many spacious shelves and a rectangular shape, on which you can organize boxes, books, toys and objects of all types and sizes. High and long-limbed, the Work bookcase adapts to any needs of its users, allowing to move shelves according to necessity. In addition, it offers a side intended to integrate with additional modules in case you want to amplify the size. Practical to become the point of reference for the organization and order of every room, from the living room to the storage room, from the kitchen to the hobby room, it also lends its functionality and sought-after design to working spaces, finding space and utility in shops and offices. Compact and lightweight, it is actually a stable and sturdy piece of furniture that combines the beech wood of the legs with the steel of the shelves and safely stands on its non-slip feet. 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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