Light and sturdy bookcase, with interlocking elements. The multilayer beechwood makes it flexible and sturdy. This bookcase is thought to fit in with the space without weighing it down visually, and it has the characteristics of a harmonious sculpture. It is versatile to use and can carry load. (LINK a 06) Since it doesn't need to be hung to the wall, it is also suitable to separate large ambients without stopping light and air. The horizontal shelves and vertical uprights lock themselves and support each others. They create spaces with different dimensions and tilts, and the seeming unsteadiness finally results into a balanced overview.
The designed arrangement of the volumes offers a creative and unusual interpretation of the bookcase. The pattern refers in the abstract to tree branches, where the central trunk remains a trace of the initial inspiration, besides having structural functions.
Shelves and uprights can be in natural wood (LINK a 09), coloured (LINK a 05), resin covered (LINK a 04 ). Wax finishing on the solid wood.