This is a simple, highly functional shelving unit comprising a solid oak frame and a variety of folded sheet metal components, which are powder-coated. These include a bookshelf, a tray shelf, a deep box end and a shallow box, which can drop into and overlap the frame. By adding an extension kit, the shelving unit can be adapted to the needs of the user.
The shelving unit is available in three different heights: Tall (1930mm) Medium (1565mm) Low (805mm)
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Graduating from Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College, the Belgian designer Marina Bautier set up her design practice in 2002. She has gone on to refine her own deft design language to produce work for manufacturers such as Idée, Ligne Roset and Case, and also takes on interior and private client work.
Marina Bautier cultivates a design approach based on use. Away from any pretence, she creates furniture and objects which render many services without ever encumbering.
While she gives priority to simple structures and materials easily manufactured, she also carefully considers appearance and implementation qualities. Away from technological rhetoric, Marina Bautier emphasizes the beauty and the modernity of familiar materials, and especially of wood.
Spotted as ‘the names we’re watching’ by Elle Decoration UK in 2007, she has recently been awarded ‘Best use of Material: wood’ by Wallpaper Magazine.