Historical product of 1949
New edition of a 1949 Ignazio Gardella design, noted also for being one of the very first realizations that anticipated the concept of modularity.
Aluminium metal uprights, with holes drilled every 40 mm. (1 5/8”) and complete with necessary fixtures to the wall, is in the black epoxy enamel ﬁnish on a chromed metal base. Shelves available in two depth with shelf holders in chromed metal, in matt lacquer or veneer. Shelves depth 460mm (18 1/8”) can be used as a desk, TV stand or to place HI-FI systems. Composition obtained by simply placing several modules next to each other.
Upright: in drawn steel 100 x 100mm (3 7/8” x 3 7/8” inch), black epoxy enamel finish, bracket for wall anchoring in chromed steel.
Shelf holders are movable, in die-cast chromed zamak with eccentric pin for adjusting the shelf.
Base in shaped chromed steel with chromed brass ferrules.
Shelves th.20mm (6/8” inch); blockboard panel of fir wood covered with two layers of MDF, th.3mm (1/8” inch), edges th.1mm (1/16” inch).
Matt lacquered finish: closed pore water-based semi-matt pigmented varnish, or closed pore polyurethane semi-matt pigmented varnish.
Wood finish: brushed with open pore semi-transparent semi-matt varnish.
Ladder and ladder support in metal, painted black with details in chromed brass.