Too late for sedate
Børge Mogensen wasn’t interested in sculptural shapes and experiments. He preferred historical furniture types that he then tweaked for the better. A very readable monograph presents the Danish designer.
Trippo design Ulla Christiansson. A family of tables, shelves and chairs that are home in any surroundings: dining rooms, kitchens, conference rooms, offices, auditoriums, living rooms, TV rooms, bedrooms, coffee corners, lobbies, receptions, bathrooms, c
ellars, corridors, hotel rooms, reading rooms, libraries - Trippo is as versatile as your imagination!
Trippo shelf unit, designed in 2002. Available in three widths, three depths and ten different heights. The gap between the shelves is 138, 234 o
r 300 mm. The shelf unit is made from blockboard, finished in birch veneer, natural-coloured oak veneer or oak in a choice of our three standard stains, or one of our eight standard colours. Book-ends and a clothes rail are available as optional accessori
shades of yellow