Climb is a shelving system, modular, simple and graphic. The design plays with the sensation of tension of the wires that clasp the wooden shelf, becoming part of the structure. The nice detail: the solid wood shelves are beveled on all the edges.
Materials: Wooden shelves and metal threads.
Finishes: Colour version: matt varnished walnut, black wires. Black version: matt varnished beech wood, yellow, blue, black and red threads.
Dimensions: Small: H 155, W 22, L 120 cm (4 threads version) Large: H155, W 22, L 160 cm (5 threads version)
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