01 профиль изделия
“Bookcases host many different kinds of books with different heights, different widths, colours, languages, pictures, materials and more. In this variety we discovered a superposed rythm. We discovered the ingredients for a piece of music. Every component counts as a note. The cascading appearance of a single shelf in combination with a neighbouring second bookcase appears like a symphony, like a musical arrangement. Developing melody was more of a composing act than designing.It was the attempt to find the right tune,the right rythm where it starts to swing, the right arrangement where music comes to your home. Melody is the opera for your home and you are the audience..." This is the designers' explanation of the project.
A bookcase designed to display books horizontally. Standard compartments characterized by a variety of shelving positions where also big volumes have a place. The whole single unit can be turned upside down so as to create horizontal discontinuity in the shelves. Uprights and shelves in thickness 8 mm, made from MD wood fibreboards, goffered lacquer in white. By flanking more units, you can create large-sized configurations. Height 216.3 cm, length 88 cm, depth 25 cm.
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