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  • Bookcase Revolving - Folkform | Svenskt Tenn
  • Bookcase Revolving - Folkform | Svenskt Tenn
  • Bookcase Revolving - Folkform | Svenskt Tenn
  • Bookcase Revolving - Folkform | Svenskt Tenn

Bookcase Revolving

2,500 USD (inkl. moms)

The Revolving Bookcase is a piece of archetypal furniture in a new interpretation, inspired by the architecture of earlier revolving bookcases. The Revolving Bookcase was first produced in a small edition in conjunction with an exhibition at Rönnells Antikvariat in Stockholm. The exhibition explored the importance of physical books in our digital age and the object itself speaks as much about how important it is to maintain craft expertise in an era of mass manufacturing. The Revolving Bookcase is currently produced for Svenskt Tenn in black lacquered ash by Eriksson & Söner Cabinet Makers in Vrena, outside Nyköping.

  • Material:

The product is handcrafted after ordering. Contact Svenskt Tenn's Customer Service for information and to place your order.

  • Product information

    The Revolving Bookcase is a piece of archetypal furniture in a new interpretation, inspired by the architecture of earlier revolving bookcases. The Revolving Bookcase was first produced in a small edition in conjunction with an exhibition at Rönnells Antikvariat in Stockholm. The exhibition explored the importance of physical books in our digital age and the object itself speaks as much about how important it is to maintain craft expertise in an era of mass manufacturing. The Revolving Bookcase is currently produced for Svenskt Tenn in black lacquered ash by Eriksson & Söner Cabinet Makers in Vrena, outside Nyköping.

    Art nr: 107200

    Design: Folkform
    Material: Ash
    Hight: 56 cm
    Width: 43 cm
    Depth: 43 cm

  • Designer: Folkform

    Folkform has made it a part of their brand to work with small-scale Swedish producers. Their aim is to highlight places, cultural heritage and the handycraft behind each product, as an alternative to anonymous mass production.

  • Care instructions

    The woodwork on the Revolving Bookcase should be cleaned simply with a soft cloth dampened with mild dish detergent or soapy water.