The Ran Library (1982) is a bookshelf designed by Carlo Forcolini and manufactured by Stellar Works.

Depth
45.5cm
Frame Material
Powder Coated Steel
Height
204cm
Shelf Finish
Wood White Ash
Shelf Material
Veneer laminate
Volume
1.19m3
Width
112cm
Year
1982

Inspired by temple doors in China and Japan, the self-supporting design is simple, stylish and highly effective.

The Ran Library is appropriate for both domestic and commercial uses, especially in studies, offices and waiting areas. The shelf is part of a collection of iconic designs by Carlo Forcolini reissued by Stellar Works which also include chairs and armchairs. The shelf can be specified in different finishes in addition to the model shown here, please enquire for more details.


Carlo Forcolini

Over the course of a career spanning more than 40 years, Carlo Forcolini has designed more than 100 objects and furniture pieces for some of the most prestigious brands in Italy. Trained by the masters of Italian design, he co-founded the acclaimed design firm Alias in 1979. Steeped in references to art, literature and cinema, his work is both iconic and functional. Each piece has a story and a raison d’être – embodying an approach to design drawn from a fascination with dreams, mystery and the unknowable. Forcolini is currently the vice-chairman of the Istituto Europeo di Design and lives and works in Milan.


Stellar Works aspires to be a true global design brand with a genuine cross-cultural approach and mind-set. Our designs bridge the past and the present with an inspired eye for the future.