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  1. 5 levels cabinet
  2. Booken
    Design Raw Edges (2013)
    Design Raw Edges Design year 2013
    Yael and Shay have worked on the concept of the book as an object that becomes material, which transforms its function and reinvents itself, from this idea stems Booken which is at the same time side table, shelf and library.
  3. Contenitore modulare
    Design Mauro Mori (1996)
    Design Mauro Mori Design year 1996
    Mauro Mori on his own work: "My work develops through the reading of symbols and symbolism, sometimes taken from our everyday life and sometimes sought in precise historical periods and geographical settings and then translated into a contemporary and personal language. My research changes, continuously transforming and maturing. It alternates between induction and deduction. It belongs to today and it adapts to the everyday life which surrounds me and is constantly updating."
  4. Dowry Cabinet I
    Design Neri&Hu
    Design Neri&Hu
    Neri&Hu’s modern, clean-lined collection of cabinets is rooted in the tradition of the dowry, drawn from both Chinese culture and that of many others worldwide. Passed from one generation to the next at the moment of marriage, the dowry object is imbued with sentiment and history, embodying the potent nostalgia and symbolic value of a family heirloom. Crafted to include traditional detailing and joinery techniques, the wide metal base and wooden body of the cabinets and drawers can be customised in a wide variety of materials and finishes. This allows the collection to be tailor-made to suit any setting, or personalised so that any family can create their own heirloom furniture, to pass on through the generations to come.
  5. EX-LIBRIS
    Design Piero Lissoni
    Design Piero Lissoni
    Ex-Libris is a precious bookcase unit both to the eye and touch, designed to range and display rich collections. The self-standing structure consists of black painted uprights and melamine base unit and top in “carbone” oak, side panels are in transparent glass while shelves are in extra-bright transparent glass. Back panels are in melamine “carbone” oak or in transparent glass, to further lighten such an elegant bookcase unit. The composition is closed with the “Iron” doors in transparent glass, with a metal profile painted in iron. The available compositions start from a minimum 1226 mm wide up to the version exhibiting 4 units, L.4826 mm. Possibility to add internal spots.
  6. Infinity
    Design Antonio Citterio (2004)
    Design Antonio Citterio Design year 2004
    Flexform comes from and are producing their products in the small North Italian town Meda renowned for its high quality furniture production. The Flexform brand is now instantly recognisable worldwide. The close collaboration over the last two decades with architect Antonio Citterio led not only to single pieces of furniture, but also large sofa configurations – oases of comfort that radically change the way we entertain and socialise. Clean unfussy lines and impeccable production – to keep, enjoy and pass on to the next generation.
  7. Lema wardrobes hinged
    Domestic space as dynamic space. Volumes and surfaces are compositional elements, used creatively to suit the most personal requirements and to find impeccable aethtic solutions in terms of lightness, elegance and discretion. Materials selected with care and skilfully combined: light and dark colours, glossy and matt wall coverings, ultra-refined solid highly natural wood finishes. Handles that have the impact of ideograms on large blank pages. Silent technologies. High quality finishes. Lema make every part thinking of the harmony of the whole. Made to measure wardrobe is the modular system that offers maximum freedom of construction due to the wide range of modules available and the ability to cut according to the desired size, height, width, depth. It is available with hinged door - in 5 heights, 6 widths modules that can be combined with each other, with opportunities to choose between 18 types of doors and folding doors - or with sliding door - in 3 heights, 5 widths with the possibility of choosing from 8 different types of doors. Please contact us for the many possibilities
  8. Lema wardrobes sliding
    Design Crs Lema (1997)
    Design Crs Lema Design year 1997
    Domestic space as dynamic space. Volumes and surfaces are compositional elements, used creatively to suit the most personal requirements and to find impeccable aethtic solutions in terms of lightness, elegance and discretion. Materials selected with care and skilfully combined: light and dark colours, glossy and matt wall coverings, ultra-refined solid highly natural wood finishes. Handles that have the impact of ideograms on large blank pages. Silent technologies. High quality finishes. Lema make every part thinking of the harmony of the whole. Made to measure wardrobe is the modular system that offers maximum freedom of construction due to the wide range of modules available and the ability to cut according to the desired size, height, width, depth. It is available with hinged door - in 5 heights, 6 widths modules that can be combined with each other, with opportunities to choose between 18 types of doors and folding doors - or with sliding door - in 3 heights, 5 widths with the possibility of choosing from 8 different types of doors.
  9. Mater Sideboard
    Design Søren Rose Studio
    Design Søren Rose Studio
    The Mater Sideboard is an elegant handbuilt cabinet made in mango wood. The size of the cabinet allows you to place it anywhere in a room and due to the beautiful solid wooden backside it can even be freestanding. The attention to details such as the recessed lines in the cabinet doors makes the Mater Sideboard a simple yet refined piece of storage furniture. The mango cabinet is made from the wood of a fruit tree, making it sustainable. It is grown and tended for, and once the productive life of the tree is over, it is cut down and another one is planted. Incidentally, mango, as a fruit is widely consumed across the country hence the wood is plentiful.
  10. Metro Super Erecta
    Metro is the world leader of home shelving and storage. Their wire shelving can brighten any room in your home or apartment including the family room, bathroom, kitchen, bedroom, home office, and general storage areas.
  11. Mini Stacked
    Design JDS Architects
    Design JDS Architects
    How to be specific and generic altogether? Shelving systems have a tendency to achieve one concern but never both. We decided to dimension shelving units based on the generic measurements of things to store and display while allowing for them to be combined according to specific needs and desires… the result can be at times a random stack of boxes or a coordinated grid of efficient storage… or both
  12. Nex Pur Box
    Design Piure
    Design Piure
    Nex Pur is a fine selection of different versions of the furni- ture range Nex. Luxurious, with a delicate interplay of lines and „made in Germany“. The furniture is available in white, attractive in price and available within 14 days. The range offers many different possibilities as there are boxes, shelves and cabinets in different lengths and widths which can be com- bined at your will. Highly refined in detail, mitre 9 jointed, with fine shadow gaps and variable – Nex Pur boxes can be composed in many different ways as there are 20 different versions of them. At your disposal there are door, drawer and flap-boxes in heights 37.5 cm, 50 cm and 75 cm as well as in widths of 60 cm and 120 cm. Step-boxes with a coloured top-unit in width 120 cm and the media box in height 37.5 cm and width 120 cm make the collection com- plete. Always in white, 48 cm deep, on glide- or corner legs and perfectly finished.
  13. Oak Stonecut
    Design Ethnicraft
    Design Ethnicraft
  14. Paper Cupboard
    Design Studio Job (2005)
    Design Studio Job Design year 2005
    Paper, cardboard and papier-mâché are familiar to all of us. They bring back memories of kinder-garden and our first experiences of making things. Inspired by classic icons but manufactured like modern day furniture, this collection is an ode to classical style and to the material. Monumental and light, transitory and timeless.
  15. PO Medicine Cabinet
    Design Thomas Erickson
    Design Thomas Erickson
  16. Reflect
    Design Søren Rose
    Design Søren Rose
    Reflect owes its stunning and unique look to the phenomenon under which it was envisioned: The natural light of Scandinavia. The four corners on each front have a unique thickness and curve that contribute to the light reflections of the drawers. The design and craftsmanship also underlines the warm and natural feeling of the oak wood, as well as giving a salute to the masters of classic Scandinavian furniture making
  17. Scrigno
    Design Fernando & Humberto Campana (2009)
    Design Fernando & Humberto Campana Design year 2009
    This stand-alone storage unit with doors that open out like wings, is made out of particleboard covered completed with brilliant laser-cut shards of acrylic (Colorefl ex) available in a range of different colours. The frame is colour-oordinated in a special metallic paint formulated especially and exclusively for edra.
  18. Selecta
    Design Crs Lema (1995)
    Design Crs Lema Design year 1995
    Selecta is the evolution of the first Italian freestanding system, designed by Lema in 1978 and continues its evolution from more than thirty years with new finishes and elements that fit the different needs that consumers have developed over the years. Its essential feature is the maximum versatility: the various components can be adapted to any type of request and all types of spaces. The compositional possibilities are virtually endless: to the open shelves doors and containers can be added for a more varied and comprehensive use.
  19. Sistema K1
    Wall system, made with uprights, shelves and containers. The variety of heights, lengths and depths, of the components, allows you to make bookshelves, wardrobes, exhibition etc.
  20. Sistema K2
    Pressure system composed by uprights in which shelves, drawers and clothes rails are fixed to make bookcases and wardrobes. The Sistema K2 can be placed against a wall or used as a room divider in an open space.
  21. Stacked
    Design JDS Architecs
    Design JDS Architecs
    JDS ARCHITECTS ON THE DESIGN: How to be specific and generic altogether? Shelving systems have a tendency to achieve one concern but never both. We decided to dimension shelving units based on the generic measurements of things to store and display while allowing for them to be combined according to specific needs and desires… the result can be at times a random stack of boxes or a coordinated grid of efficient storage… or both!
  22. String
    Design Nils Strinning (1949)
    Design Nils Strinning Design year 1949
    the string® system was designed in 1949. over 60 years it has evolved from being a ground-breaking concept to becoming one of the most loved pieces of classic scandinavian design. each component of the system is so well thought through that there is an almost infinite variety of combinations. thanks to the slim panels it’s possible to create a shelf large enough for any number of books and objects that still looks light. the components are available in a range of colours and materials, yet the measurements are fixed and have never been altered. that’s why a string® shelf can always be rebuilt, reinvented and transformed.
  23. String Pocket
    Design Nils Strinning (2005)
    Design Nils Strinning Design year 2005
    String® pocket is the smallest version of string®. it comes in a kit of two panels and three shelves – making a small bookcase that will fit in almost anywhere. if you get another kit something interesting will happen: doubling the number of panels more than doubles the possible number of sections, three instead of two. note that string® pocket can also be expanded vertically. string® pocket is already available in various colours, and this year we’re introducing three new choices: copper, raw and ash/white.
  24. String Works
    Design Björn Dahlström & Anna Von Schewen (2014)
    Design Björn Dahlström & Anna Von Schewen Design year 2014
    the string® system was designed in 1949 by nils strinning and has becoming one of the most loved pieces of classic scandinavian design. in 2014 string introduced a new line, suitable for work environments. string works is designed by björn dahlström & anna von schewen, with respect for the original design. it is adapted to modern offices with ergonomically work stations, practical storage and solutions for better acoustics in the room. string works can be supplemented with the string system, to create complete and individual solutions for large work areas or a home office.
  25. Tiller
    Design Piero Lissoni
    Design Piero Lissoni
    The Tiller Sideboard is available in two models, one vertical, 160 cm wide and one horizontal, 233 cm wide. Tiller has 4 doors which opens, one over the other, at 180°. A detail pleasantly changing its front design. Tiller is made in particle board with eucalyptus veneer and internal shelves in glass. Both models can be fitted with internal drawers in the same finish.
  26. Valet
    Design David Rockwell
    Design David Rockwell
    BRAND NEW PRODUCT - NOW AVAILABLE FOR ORDER Rockwell Group took inspiration for the collection, part of Stellar Works’ Collaboration series, from the roots of the word “valet,” but reinterpreted it for the 21st century – this crafted, unique furniture accommodates the narrative of our lives today. From lounge seating to customizable shelving, each of the 14 pieces in the collection has a streamlined functionality – luxurious embellishments, from leather cords to matte brass hardware, double as subtle tools for living well. Grouped together in endless combinations, the pieces help create natural transitions in the home or hospitality setting, from entry, to work, to play.
  27. Valet Hi-fi Console
    Design David Rockwell
    Design David Rockwell
    BRAND NEW PRODUCT - NOW AVAILABLE FOR ORDER Rockwell Group took inspiration for the collection, part of Stellar Works’ Collaboration series, from the roots of the word “valet,” but reinterpreted it for the 21st century – this crafted, unique furniture accommodates the narrative of our lives today. From lounge seating to customizable shelving, each of the 14 pieces in the collection has a streamlined functionality – luxurious embellishments, from leather cords to matte brass hardware, double as subtle tools for living well. Grouped together in endless combinations, the pieces help create natural transitions in the home or hospitality setting, from entry, to work, to play.
  28. VALET MIXOLOGY CENTER
    Design David Rockwell
    Design David Rockwell
    BRAND NEW PRODUCT - NOW AVAILABLE FOR ORDER Rockwell Group took inspiration for the collection, part of Stellar Works’ Collaboration series, from the roots of the word “valet,” but reinterpreted it for the 21st century – this crafted, unique furniture accommodates the narrative of our lives today. From lounge seating to customizable shelving, each of the 14 pieces in the collection has a streamlined functionality – luxurious embellishments, from leather cords to matte brass hardware, double as subtle tools for living well. Grouped together in endless combinations, the pieces help create natural transitions in the home or hospitality setting, from entry, to work, to play.
  29. Valet Office Shelves
    Design David Rockwell
    Design David Rockwell
    BRAND NEW PRODUCT - NOW AVAILABLE FOR ORDER Rockwell Group took inspiration for the collection, part of Stellar Works’ Collaboration series, from the roots of the word “valet,” but reinterpreted it for the 21st century – this crafted, unique furniture accommodates the narrative of our lives today. From lounge seating to customizable shelving, each of the 14 pieces in the collection has a streamlined functionality – luxurious embellishments, from leather cords to matte brass hardware, double as subtle tools for living well. Grouped together in endless combinations, the pieces help create natural transitions in the home or hospitality setting, from entry, to work, to play.
  30. Wall Box
    Design Ludwig Storm
    Design Ludwig Storm
    The idea behind Wall BOX was to design a modular shelf system, which could easily change its visual image. The back plate of the box is removable as it is attached with magnets. This makes it possible to choose and mix colours By rotating the Wall BOX 90 degrees, the effect of the light entering the box changes. This is a new take on the classic storage box.