Libri Medium

The Libri Shelf by Swedese is a true display of form and function. The stylish and innovative design featuring adjustable legs can be used individually or added to additional Libri shelves against a wall or placed back-to-back to create a unique room divider. A must-have for any stylish space.

Availabilty : 12-14 weeks

details

designer country of origin warranty
Michael Bihain Sweden 5 years

dimensions

width height depth
38 cm 114 cm 30 cm

material

Ash wood in white or black lazur finish and now available in oak new for 2016.Ash wood in white or black lazur finish and now available in oak new for 2016.

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Michael Bihain

The kind of precise research that results in the obviousness of the lines obtained: a symbiosis of contemporary lifestyle and collective memory.

Michaël Bihain is one of Europe’s most interesting and creative designers. He is also the designer who won’t terminate. Instead, he seeks to hand over the crea-tive process to the user. The objects are meant to work individually – or to create a new unity through repetition. Bihain hands over a “relay baton” – such as the much-prized, unforgettable, ladder-like bookshelf Libri for Swedese that can either work as a sculpture or as a trad­­itional bookshelf wall.

 

Belgian Michaël Bihain trained as a butcher and carpenter, and then studied Interior Design at the St Luc Institute in Liège and Hull University, England. From his studio in Brussels and his workshop in Louveigné he works with furniture design, accessories and interiors. Michaël Bihain teaches at the St Luc Institute in Liège. He has been awarded several prizes and is represented, amongst other places, in the permanent collection of the Design Museum in Seoul, South Korea.Belgian Michaël Bihain trained as a butcher and carpenter, and then studied Interior Design at the St Luc Institute in Liège and Hull University, England. From his studio in Brussels and his workshop in Louveigné he works with furniture design, accessories and interiors. Michaël Bihain teaches at the St Luc Institute in Liège. He has been awarded several prizes and is represented, amongst other places, in the permanent collection of the Design Museum in Seoul, South Korea.