A WORLD OF BOOKS
Few people manage to give up the pleasure of browsing a book.
The unique sensation of turning all the pages one after the other, the scent of ink on paper, the beauty of holding a novel in your hands or that of owning a publication full of images allowed the books to survive the digital revolution. In an age when tablets and ebooks are commonplace, books are still part of everyone’s life. Every day.
Here is a review of bookcases to display your favourite books in style and keep them in time!
Perfect to be positioned in the middle of the room, Cover freestanding by Rimadesio is a double-sided solution designed by Roberto Bavuso.
Musa by Armani Casa
Canaletto walnut frame and tops covered in leather make up the Musa bookcase by Armani Casa.
Random by MDF Italia
One of MDF Italia’s best sellers, the Random modular bookcase is now available in coloured versions also with contrasting shades.
FTB by Busnelli
One of Busnelli’s masterpieces, Vincenzo de Cotiis’ FTB bookcase has come in new and interesting finishes. Its strong point? The perfect fit between wood and burnished brass.
T030 by Lema
Designed by Piero Lissoni, the Lema’s T030 day system can be customised according to your needs and available space
Alkemy Living by Giorgio_Collection
The Alkemy modular bookcase by Giorgio Collection comes with a structure in African sycamore wood and open or closed compartments that alternate.
Designed by Rodolfo Dordoni, Dalton by Minotti is characterised by solid and load-bearing elements. Like an architecture.
Bookcase by Fendi Casa
Fendi Casa offers a light and “totemic” freestanding bookcase, perfect for any environment!
PassWord by Molteni
Molteni’s PassWord can freely combine containers and compartments. Without forgetting the space for books!
Libelle by Baxter
Baxter’s Libelle floor-to-ceiling bookcase has metal uprights that support Vienna straw shelves. Classy!