design by nico

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bookcase TOTEM

A life full of treasures needs precious spaces to display them.

Nicolette de Waart’s angled bookcase units create responsive spaces to house the books, ornaments, pictures and memories of your life.

The modular design and angled edge, pulling the unit forward into an irregular form, create intriguing possibilities for storage and display. The units – floor-standing, wall-mounted or in room divider form – can stack up or across, in symmetrical rank, or asymmetrical patterns.

London-based Nicolette says: “Bookcases have evolved from simply housing books, becoming also a reflection of who people are, and the special things they have in their lives. I wanted to combine the function of storing books with the idea of a cabinet of curiosities. The shape allows people to mix and match the unit of display, putting their own creativity into the process.

“I am really pleased with the contrasts in this product, which is made in the UK. The very functional shape is elegant and simple, and also surprises us with its individuality, its angled sides. I used very fine, semi-matt, powder-coated sheet metal to create a delicate, high-quality finish, contrasting with its durable, industrial origin.”

Location
london
  • Bookcase TOTEM:  Living room by design by nico

    Bookcase TOTEM

    A life full of treasures needs precious spaces to display them.

    Nicolette de Waart’s angled bookcase units create responsive spaces to house the books, ornaments, pictures and memories of your life.

    The modular design and angled sides, pulling the cube forward into an irregular form, create intriguing possibilities for storage and display. The units – floor-standing, wall-mounted or in room divider form – can stack up or across, in symmetrical rank, or asymmetrical patterns.

    London-based Nicolette says: “Bookcases have evolved from simply housing books, becoming also a reflection of who people are, and the special things they have in their lives. I wanted to combine the function of storing books with the idea of a cabinet of curiosities. The shape allows people to mix and match the unit of display, putting their own creativity into the process.

    “I am really pleased with the contrasts in this product, which is made in the UK. The very functional shape is elegant and simple, and also surprises us with its individuality, its protruding edge. I used very fine, semi-matt, powder-coated sheet metal to create a delicate, high-quality finish, contrasting with its durable, industrial origin.”

  • bookcase TOTEM:  Living room by design by nico

    bookcase TOTEM

    Editors’ Ideabooks with this photo
    Ideabooks: 3
    ["EN"] [Published] Bauhaus-inspired shelving systems
    ["PT"] [Published] Estantes com inspiração Bauhaus
    ["FR"] [Published] Des étagères style Bauhaus
  • bookcase TOTEM:  Living room by design by nico

    bookcase TOTEM

  • bookcase TOTEM:  Living room by design by nico

    bookcase TOTEM

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