A collection of mobile bookcases, sideboards and TV benches inspired by the classic and legendary “La Literatura” bookcase, designed in 1985 and winner of several prizes and awards, such as the 1986 ADI FAD selection, displayed in museums and an undeniable contribution for Punt Mobles to obtain the National Award of Design in 1997.

Casters Material
Polyamide with high resistance to abrasion and chemicals
Crosspieces Finish
Texturized Lacquered Sand
Frame / Shelf and Wheels Finish
Black RAL9005
E1 /low formaldehyde content/ MDF fibreboards with natural oak wood veneer.
Fixed shelves. Base on adjustable feet.
Shelf Divider 1 Finish
Texturized Lacquered Bronze
Shelf Divider 2 Finish
Texturized Lacquered Anthracite
Shelf LOC100 Divider Size
L 42.7 x D 19.1 x H 35cm
Shelves Material Thickness
The bookcase set must be fixed to the wall to ensure optimal stability.
Storage LOB201 Module Size
L 87 x D 35.2 H 34.7cm
Structure and Shelves Material
Textured powder-coated steel
Structure Thickness
1.6 x 1.6cm
Total Height
Unit 1 Size
L 90.3 x D 57 x H 225.6cm
Unit 2 without Trolley Size
L 90.3 x D 35.5 x H 225.6cm
Wheels Unit/Top Shelf/Base Panel/ Storage Finish
Dark Grey Stained Oak

Classified as a contemporary classic since 1997. Its distinctive bookcases on casters have been used for decades for storing thousands of books, hosting the digital era and integrating into all kinds of architecture and interior design works. In this version, Open, designed in 2014, the volumes are transparent and even lighter, so they can hold containers and be used as room partitions. Doors without handles. Drawers without handles with full extraction runners. Blum hinges.

Vicent Martínez

Furniture designer, having won numerous international awards and acknowledgements. Author of the Spanish furniture design icon “La Literatura”, a double shelf unit on wheels, now exhibited at museums and catalogued as a classic in 20th-century design. Professor and regular conference speaker. In 1980 he founded the company puntmobles, which won the National Design Award in 1997.

Punt means “point”, the point where pen meets paper, the point that will become a line; a design; a creation.