Made in Italy, simple, creative and light wall shelf storage furniture design for your house or home office interior design and decorating ideas.
Designed by Mauro Canfori, the wall shelf storage TEEbooks offer you simple design furniture to put your books, dvd, and CDs in home, your living room, a space for your TV set, a piece of furniture for the bedroom, hallway and even for the bathroom interior. Its a new wall system storage furniture that becomes invisible when books and other items are placed on it.
The TEEbooks wall shelf storage collection is available in its several different shelves : Chicane, Lineare, Judd, Symetrique, Grande Mixte and Double Croix. Each of it has its own different character :
- Chicane because you like pure and original moves
- Lineaire because you choose the linearity to exploit the surface of your wall
- Judd because you believe in minimalism and it makes you think about the work of the artist Donald JUDD
- Symetrique because you need a small console to put the light or something else on or even the TV set
- Grande Mixte because you do have a big wall and you do have lots of books, but you also need a small console to put a jar on and a small but useful drawer
- Double Croix because you are attracted to strong symbols
Another additional information from the designer :
“Tee, in the words of a golfer is the T-shaped support that is stuck into the ground on which the ball is placed to get started on golfing. It is driven into the ground to make it almost invisible. It is of a fundamental importance, but only as a support “to serve the ball.”I designed TEEbooks following the same principle, a shelf meant to enhance books, DVDs or CDs, in a simple and discreet spirit. When books are placed on the shelf, it becomes invisible and attention is only focused on “our friends”, the books, DVDs and CDs. Those latter design the wall. TEEbooks, the discreet and invisible item. To the flashy design, I prefer the quiet, plain, sober and discreet one. To the “sensational” (and often useless) item, I prefer the simple and useful object, dedicated to an action, or as in my case, to another object.”