Text Block Metal

239,00 €

Pini Leibovich


A system of shelves made of metal blocks assembled to infinity! Stackable modules to place books and objects, designed and designed in Poland by the Israeli designer Pini Leibovici for the Studio Tre

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Dimensions : 37 x 37 x 37 cm (dimensions of a cube)

Materials : steel & lacquered metal

Color : black

Informations : These cubes stack at will and are of a remarkable robustness. They support up to 70 kilos. Small hooks can be used to assemble them, as well as an ingenious invisible rope system, if you want to fix them to the wall.

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History of the product

With this project of modular shelves, bring out the decorator who hides in you! Starting from a cube of wood, the structure is infinitely modulated to occupy a wall or create a partition in a room. The structure will land on the floor, and can easily rise to your ceiling!

Hyper robust, it has small hooks allowing the cubes to assemble while discretion. An ingenious system will also allow you to fix the shelf to a wall, almost invisible. A high quality manual finish gives this piece of furniture a contemporary and industrial spirit.

The designer

Pini Leibovich was born in 1962 in Israel. Graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, he founded his studio in 1997 in Tel Aviv. The studio operates as a design research laboratory with projects ranging from conceptual to consumer goods and commercial furniture development. Pini Leibovich also works as a lecturer at the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design.

 The Pini Leibovich design studio has won several international and local awards, including the Crate and Barrel Award and the Ministry of Education Award.The work was presented at the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art (featured in the permanent collection), the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the Holon Design Museum and more.

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