Aliante Wall Bookshelf

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£3,474.00 RRP
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8-10 weeks estimated lead time
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Series of wall bookcases with a metal frame and wooden shelving.

The frame is composed of two reeds in polished chromed metal. Shelves can be matt or polished lacquer in all colors of the collection: natural or wenge-stained oak. The bookcases can have shelving in different colors, too. The shelves are fixed to the structure through socket-head screws and the bookcase is fixed to wall through one expansion hook. Polish cromed metal tubolar with rectangular section structure. Chipboard panels melamin plated shelves and back

Note 1
Bookshelf can have shelves in different colours
Note 2
Bookshelf is fixed to wall through one expansion hook (fischer)

Rodolfo Dordoni and Giulio Cappellini

R. DORDONI Born in 1954, member of the Milanese tradition that has produced names such as Castiglioni, Zanuso, Magistretti and de Lucchi, he graduated in architecture from Milan Polytechnic in 1979. His approach to industrial design includes not only the project, but also its image and its marketing strategy. For years he worked as a designer and consultant for high-profile companies both in the field of industrial design, with Artemide and Moroso, which in the design of interiors for shops, showrooms and exhibitions with Panasonic and Dolce & Gabbana.

G. Cappellini The Milanese architect works since 1979 with the spirit and the curiosity of continuous renewal. Over the years, his work has often turned to be the designer, proposing a personal reading of contemporary design, both for the brand that bears his name, and as art director of other important design brands. His most ambitious project, the "company," has brought the brand Cappellini into one of the biggest "trend setters" worldwide. I am always present for his lectures at the Faculty of Architecture in Milan, the Domus Academy and at major universities, from Montreal to Valencia.

Cappellini faced the new millennium inextricably linked to the world of images, exploration and research.