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Type Modular bookcase. Materials Modules in HPL bilaminated MDF, coated with polyurethane finish. Wall-mounted support frame in steel. Back panels in faced MDF, coated with polyurethane paint or veneered with oak. Finish/Color Modules and internal shelves white lacquered. Back panels available in the colours white, orange and gray or in natural oak. Back panels of 120 cm and for TV only in white. Wall-mounted support frame with black paint finish. Notes The modules are divided into: open units, compartments with fold-back door, two-drawer units, writing desks. Support frames should always be added to the bookcase modules. The frames make it possible to create large compositions, and are required to keep all the containers in perfect alignment. The structure creates a space between the wall and the bookcase for the passage of wires, generating a particular shadow effect. Anchor screws are supplied for attachment to masonry walls and adjustment to compensate surface irregularities on the walls themselves. The open units and compartments with fold-back door should always be completed with a back panel. Same consideration applies on spaces between one module and the next, which should always be completed with a back panel (otherwise support frame becomes visible). The 120 cm open module is available only with a back panel with openings for wiring. Internal accessories: internal shelf with vertical divider, small self-supporting internal shelf, suitable for all open and fold-back door modules; in the 70 cm module only the small internal shelf is available; it is possible to adapt elements of bigger width installing a vertical divider, which creates lateral spaces. The 4-dividers kit, will provide the necessary space for wiring and/or sockets behind the back panel. Wiring tray, attached to dividers, contain wires and sockets if required; back panels for TV, with opening at the center for the wall attachment of the TV screen.

De Padova was founded in 1956, the year in which Maddalena and Fernando De Padova opened a small store on Via Montenapoleone in Milan, and decided to import Scandinavian furniture.