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Storage & Shelves
  • Umbra
  • Umbra Conceal Invisible Bookshelf
    Umbra Conceal Invisible Bookshelf
    This floating bookshelf becomes invisible as it is hidden behind books that are stacked on it. A really clever design, I don’t think there is a cooler way of storing your books than using the Umbra Conceal. To create this stunning visual and gravity defying effect you slide the shelf in-between the cover of the first book and then stack the rest of the book on top. It is recommended you use a hardback book for the first book but then if you prefer you can place paperbacks on top of this one. The shelves are made from strong metal and in a powder coated finish, the shelve is durable and robust. It is available in 2 sizes small & large and in 2 colour options silver nickel and matt white. Wall mounting hardware kit is also included. Designed by Mior Lior the product was a 2006 Pratt award winner. Umbra works with schools like Pratt to developed mentor programs for future designers. Royalties from the umbra Conceal bookshelves go to supporting the program, students and schools. Dimensions: Small. Length 14cm. Height 13.3cm. Width 12.7cm. Max Loading Weight 6.8kg. Max stack Height 41cm. Maximum Book Depth 20cm Large. Length 17cm. Height 14cm. Width 18cm. Max Loading Weight 9kg. Max Book Depth 25.4cm.
  • Umbra - Conceal Book Shelf
    Umbra - Conceal Book Shelf
    The Conceal Bookshelf by umbra will be invisible behind a stack of books. Your books seem to float along the wall as if by magic. You just have to put the back of the lowest book in the Conceal-holder and then you can put up to ten books onto each other... It is easy to mount Conceal on the wall and is made of powder coated steel. The book holder is available in two different sizes - for big and small books.
  • Umbra - Sticks Wardrobe
    Umbra - Sticks Wardrobe
    Sticks by Umbra is a wardrobe to be hanged at the wall, which is only recognizable on the second sight. The sculptural shape of the David Quan made hooks rail rather reminds us of an artwork than of a wardrobe. The shape of Umbra’s Sticks reveals its usage as guests’ wardrobe. When it isn’t used it looks like a modern decoration object. Five hooks are clapped out from the surface and closed again if desired. Umbra produces the David Quan made Sticks wardrobe out of plastic.
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