More than a bookcase, a small architectural construction that calls to mind classic grace. The extreme thickness of the shelves is the backbone of the bold horizontal design, interrupted in places only by vertical segments in metal, which create an irregular but pleasant division of the spaces.
The architectural formality of the project is complemented by the use of exquisite, unusual materials, which create a fascinating contrast. Here, the sheen of the polyester lacquered palisander and of the glossy White and Granite lacquer finishes contrasts beautifully with the muted severity of the metal, finished with a brand-new “mille righe” design in the shade of Pewter, created by the Minotti Studio.
Back panels in White and Granite glossy lacquer or matt lacquered palisander finishes make even more interesting the striking effect created by the interplay of full and empty spaces. Dalton transforms the archetype of the bookcase into a focal point of the living room, enhanced with details sporting a strong decorative appeal, but far from any form of excess or ostentation.