The new “New Nordic”
by Uta Abendroth | 8/17/2018
Young Scandinavian labels and their designers are riding the wave of continuing success. But why is it that Neo-Scandinavianism is such a hit?
When Mogens Koch drew the first lines of his bookcase system in 1928, he created a shape which has been copied again and again all over the world. The system with its square bookcase units offers almost endless flexibility with countless elements. Characteristic of both the design and the craftsmanship are the beautiful dovetail and rabbet joints, which create strength and stability in each module.
A cabinet measuring 76 cm x 76 cm x 36 cm (D) with four sections, two small on the left and two wide on the right. The cabinet can be fitted with extra shelves and trays. The pre-‐drilled holes in the sides make it easy to fit the extra shelves on the bars or screw the tray panels in place. The cabinet is very versatile and can be used in the kitchen, the living room, at the office, in the corridor etc. The cabinet can be wall hung or placed on Plinth II.
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