Archive for the 'Bookcases' Category

Bookcase with a ladder.

September 26, 2016

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This elegant and very functional ladder is a design by Frits Kuitenbrouwer. It was an award winning design object in 2014 (Interieur Awards Biƫnnale Kortrijk Belgium).

We do the production ourselves, mainly by hand. It is a high quality product.

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(2016)

Bamboo bookcase.

February 6, 2016

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This bookcase is made from bamboo sheets. The vertical sheets of the upper bookcase part are thicker than the horizontal parts. Underneath there is storage space. In the middle there is the room for a Tv.

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Bamboo is beautiful material. It has a delicate view, and an oil finishing keeps the texture alive.

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(2016)

Bookcase following the outlines of a chimney.

April 24, 2015

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Integrating a bookcase in a room with a traditional chimney is not easy. The chosen solution here was to construct the furniture in this way that it is following the outlines of the chimney.

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Doing so requires a correct measurement and precise manufacturing, to make it fit in a natural way.

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As this room is fairly high, the bookcase ladder is a useful help!
(2015)

A giant bookcase.

March 30, 2014

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Lots and lots of books need a lot of space.

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(2014)

Desk – bookcase in black and white.

June 22, 2010

A combination of a desk and a bookcase.
(2007)

Wardrobe with insert space for books.

May 13, 2010

On the right side of the wardrobe, the insert space for books is open up until the back, to achieve an ‘open’ effect.
(2009)

A ladder for floor to ceiling bookcases.

August 2, 2009

Floor to ceiling bookcases are often this high that it is not possible any more to reach for the upper books. A triangle ladder is made to solve this problem. It is elegant, lightweight, and handy.

And a beautiful and well designed object too. (2009)

Cherry bookcase.

April 12, 2009

Floor to ceiling bookcase in stained cherry wood. (2009)

A translators workspace.

April 25, 2008

Every possible inch is used for a library.

Bookshelves from floor to ceiling. More space is created outside the room in the hall.

(2006, extended 2008)

Tower bookcases.

November 16, 2007

Square base book-towers. (1993)

Shelves have a slight angle so books don’t fall over, shelves turn for 90 degrees each floor.