Description

One Step Up shelf has been designed for Normann Copenhagen by Francis Cayouette. It is a bookcase that combines form, material and function in a simple and chaste design. Francis Cayouette has been inspired by the ladder as object and he has created a new flexible piece of furniture ideal for storage. Francis Cayouette has used recognizable elements taken from the form of the ladder and incorporated its mobile attributes. Details such as the fittings are emphasized and bring authenticity to the object. The natural ash wood and the industrial metal shelves create dynamic and the exquisite materials work great together and create a complete expression. One Step Up creates room and frame for storage. Place various One Step Up bookcases beside each other and create your own bookcase system. One Step Up bookcase can also be used as a light room divider.

Normann Copenhagen

One Step Up shelf, low


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Details

Colour
Natural ash, white
Width
78 cm
Depth
45 cm
Height
126 cm
Main material
Shelfs: metal
Weight
21 kg

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Francis Cayouette

The Canadian Francis Cayouette (b. 1969) studied in Montreal and Paris. From 1999 onwards he has had his own office, Unit10, in Copenhagen. He has designed several different products from home accessories to clever storage units and elegant lifestyle products. The design of Cayouette is characterized by a strong empathy for everyday life and a industrial and practical approach on design.

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