Norman Copenhagen Newest Bookcase Design Is Stunning! – The Danish design company has the mission to create original and innovative products in a simple and contemporary design that withstands the test of time.
Established in 1999, Norman Copenhagen‘s furniture designs are sold in more than 80 countries throughout the world and have collected more than 80 design awards along the way. Designed by Rudolph Schelling Webermann, this minimalist bookcase design is perfect for simple yet beautiful home decor!
Composed of just three different elements, the minimalist bookcase is a cleverly and elegantly executed design. “We always find ourselves captivated by the simple things that surround us because they only need a minimum number of elements in order to become very functional final objects. Due solely to inclining surfaces set against each other in friction, a wedge is able to support something as weighty and considerable as a door. It was this observation that led us to design a flatpack bookcase that can be assembled without the need for any tools or screws” explained the bookcase designer, Rudolph Schelling Webermann.
Also known as the Jam bookcase, this minimalist furniture piece can be custom made in oak or grey shed, an can be created in multiple sizes. The shelves of this minimalist bookcase are quite simply jammed onto the wedges and then gravity and friction take care of the rest. Its softly rounded corners give the unit an inviting and friendly visual expression.
If you place it against a wall, this stunning bookcase design can be used as a room divider. With its versatile design, the bookcase design works just as well in
small apartments as it does in large offices, where its purity and materiality craft a calming and pleasant presence.
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