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  • Normann Copenhagen One Step Up Bookcase High
    occa-home.co.uk
    Normann Copenhagen One Step Up Bookcase High
    One Step Up is a bookcase that combines material, form and function in a simple and chaste design. Francis Cayouette has been inspired by the ladder as an object and he has created a new flexible piece of furniture ideal for storage. One Step Up Low creates both the space and framework for cool storage. Combine several units to create your own shelving system or use it as a light and airy room divider. Francis Cayouette the designer explains: "I am very absorbed with multifunctionality, meaning products that can be used in various different ways. I wanted to design a flexible bookcase without an inconvenient disassembling process which easily could be moved around creating new spaces in the domestic home or the office. The classical ladder is easy to move around in the room where you need it. The idea of taking the form of the ladder seemed logical. The final result is a bookcase that looks like a ladder with exposed fittings and a wooden frame but with the quality and finish characterized by superb furniture."
  • Normann Copenhagen One Step Up Bookcase Low
    occa-home.co.uk
    Normann Copenhagen One Step Up Bookcase Low
    The One Step Up is a bookcase that combines form, material and function in a simple and chaste design. Francis Cayouette has been inspired by a simple ladder as object and he has created a new flexible piece of furniture ideal for storage. 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 high bookcase can also be used as a light room divider. Francis Cayouette the designer explains: "I am very absorbed with multifunctionality, meaning products that can be used in various different ways. I wanted to design a flexible bookcase without an inconvenient disassembling process which easily could be moved around creating new spaces in the domestic home or the office. The classical ladder is easy to move around in the room where you need it. The idea of taking the form of the ladder seemed logical. The final result is a bookcase that looks like a ladder with exposed fittings and a wooden frame but with the quality and finish characterized by superb furniture."
  • Normann Copenhagen Norman Copenhagen - One Step Up Shelf (high)
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    Normann Copenhagen Norman Copenhagen - One Step Up Shelf (high)
    One Step Up is a shelf from Normann Copenhagen whose simple and straight-lined design summarizes form, material and function to one unity. One Step Up creates room and storage possibilities, but it can also easily be used as a room divider. The designer Francis Cayouette was inspired by a ladder for One Step Up and created a flexible furnishing item that is ideally suitable for the storage of different things and can be easily moved. Cayouette has used the characteristic form of a ladder and inserted the mobility of the object in his design. Details like the fittings of the shelf are emphasized in the One Step Up shelf design offering authenticity. The connection of natural ash wood and functional metal deposits creates dynamism. The high quality materials are connected to a united, completed form. The designer Francis Cayouette explains: ”Multifunctionality is an important theme for me. I wanted to create a flexibly usable shelf that can be mover without annoying disassembling procedures creating new rooms at home or in offices like that. The idea of creating the form of a classic ladder that can be easily folded and moved seemed logical to me. The result was a shelf with visual fittings and wooden frames that looked like a ladder but possessed the quality and condition that characterizes outstanding furniture.” Besides the high One Step Up by Normann Copenhagen, there is also a low edition: One Step Up (low). Both of them are also wonderfully combinable.
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