• Bookshelf, 1970, Shiro kuramata, Cappellini
  • Bookshelf, 1970, Shiro kuramata, Cappellini
  • Bookshelf, 1970, Shiro kuramata, Cappellini

Bookshelf, 1970

Bookshelf by Shiro Kuramata for Cappellini.

The Kuramata Bookshelf is a double-faced bookcase that has an asymmetric structure with compartments of different sizes. The Kuramata can accommodate a wide range of objects and uses. 

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Bookshelf by Shiro Kuramata for Cappellini.

The Kuramata Bookshelf is a double-faced bookcase that has an asymmetric structure with compartments of different sizes. The Kuramata can accommodate a wide range of objects and uses. 

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252w x 40d x 254cmh

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Structure made from MDF panels, available in a white, matt lacquered finish.

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From 1946 when Enrico Cappellini opened his workshop in Carugo to today, Cappellini has undergone significant changes and grown into being a major contemporary furniture brand.

From 1946 when Enrico Cappellini opened his workshop in Carugo to today, Cappellini has undergone significant changes and grown into being a major contemporary furniture brand.

Cappellini started producing contemporary furniture in 1960 and their catalogue now holds numerous iconic pieces such as Proust by Alessandro Mendini and Piet Mondrian inspired cabinets by Shiro Kuramata.

Cappellini continues to work with designers around the world, whose different temperaments, values and views come together to form a balanced and convincing collection. twentytwentyone is an official stockist of Cappellini and is pleased to offer their complete collection of contemporary furniture.

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