The new Ordre bookcase, by Rebecca Felcey, is designed with a rigorous, elegant jerky rhythm. It is built around a simple assembly principle that emphasizes the assemblies, which become both structural and decorative. The openwork metal doors move from one end to the other, contributing to the rhythm of the construction and adding color. The openwork appearance adds depth and plays on its function: they smooth out without totally hiding.
This piece of furniture can be used as a partition.
By combining the 2 modules you get a large bookcase of 2m50 wide.
Material MDF black stained in the mass or multiple birch. Door in raw or lacquered openwork metal.