Sparkle, designed by EMMEMOBILI. Sparkle was also born to be an architectural element that can, also developed on great heights, be used as a partition wall for large rooms. An object that can therefore also become a design element, which is characterized by almost ethereal surfaces whose thicknesses are enhanced and embellished by the insertion of a brass profile that gives precious but never blatant flashes to the materiality of the wood. The vertical elements have been designed in such a way as to enhance the possibilities of the double-sided use of Sparkle and have been shaped in such a way as to be able to accommodate different types of coverings. A great versatility that allows the object to fit into different contexts.
The Holt bookcase is a stylish and modern piece of furniture designed by TY Best. It features a burnished brass frame that gives it a sleek and sophisticated look. The frame is complemented by sandblasted black oak shelves, which provide a beautiful contrast and a perfect surface for displaying books, decorative items, or other personal belongings.
This is a minimalist piece of furniture with great strength. The designer's premise was to create a piece of furniture that could even support an adult climbing on it. Every smallest element comes from the pure function of the furniture. The bookcase is maximally slimmed down and devoid of unnecessary details.
A bookcase that brings together three natural elements; wood, straw and gold, to form a striking shelf that emits light from within its straw marquetry interior. It is framed entirely by a delicately inlaid straw trim of gently vibrant tonality. The linear patterns continue with a chiselled texture in gold-plated cast-brass shelf-supports. Finishes: Burnished Metals Straw, Fumed Larch, Gold Plated Brass
A furnishing system made entirely of wood, imagined and patented more than fifty years ago, and which still has not ceased to amaze for the versatility and functionality it offers. Much loved at the time of its debut, published by the main international magazines of the time, present in many designer furnishings of those years, the “Cavalletto” system returns to new life today.
Scala Single Bookcase, designed by Stéphane Parmentier, is a floor-standing bookcase covered with Brown Printed Calfskin Golf leather. It features a distinctive design inspired by the “stacked” shape often seen at the base of some buildings in Italy.
Pagoda Bookcase, designed by Stéphane Parmentier, represents a dual-purpose design that offers the possibility to utilize the piece as a room divider and bookshelf. It is characterized by sturdy shelving with winglets that recalls traditional Far East roof constructions and is covered with Light-grey printed Calfskin Golf leather, while the pillars are also in Bordeaux colored leather.
Capostipite is a modular wall shelving unit which in itself makes a stunning wall art piece. The horizontal stacking of the brass tubes exudes the character of intelligence and insightfulness--some of the traits of capostipite. Its modularity makes it adaptable to any environment albeit not losing identity. Modular display system, structure in matte black painted metal and oxidised brass tubes. Removable shelves in smokey tempered glass.
Archivio is a line of bookshelves with a visual expression of being filled with books. The slanting profiles of the dividers create a profile of books in an archive. The dialogue advances further with presence of shelves which can be freely configured and in a variety of elegant materials. Shelving with structure in painted metal or oxidised brass. Shelves available in smokey glass, float glass, marble, brass or painted metal. Wall mounting is recommended for all bookcases using the supplied brackets.
Ex-Libris Bookcase, designed by Piero Lissoni, is a sophisticated glass cabinet characterized by a self-standing structure. It consists of black-painted iron uprights, and melamine base unit, back panels and top in black sugi. The side panels are in transparent glass, while the shelves are in extra-light transparent glass.