Normann Copenhagen PLANK bookcase
Normann Copenhagen PLANK bookcase
Normann Copenhagen PLANK bookcase
Normann Copenhagen PLANK bookcase
Normann Copenhagen PLANK bookcase
Normann Copenhagen PLANK bookcase
Normann Copenhagen PLANK bookcase
Normann Copenhagen PLANK bookcase
Normann Copenhagen PLANK bookcase

Normann Copenhagen PLANK bookcase

€645.00
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Crafted from full-length pine wood planks, as its name implies, the Plank Bookcase collection offers a simplistic storage solution with an honest and authentic expression. The storage collection features long, solid pine planks that accentuate the robustness, durability, and quality of the design. The utilitarian minimalism of Plank embraces a simple and uncomplicated design language, without the use of unnecessary details.

The Plank Bookcase collection consists of three variants, each serving as a versatile storage solution in different sizes. From the large bookcase to the long, low version that can also be used as a bench, these pieces exemplify the beauty and strength of the pine material. Over time, the durable and welcoming appeal of the pine wood will develop a stunning patina, further enhancing its natural charm. To protect the natural wood and preserve its beauty, each piece of the Plank Bookcase collection is lacquered with a clear, matte UV varnish that shields it from the sun's rays.

Designed by Simon Legald 

Specifications
Size
LOW H: 58 x L: 220 x D: 40 cm - 34 kg
MEDIUM: H: 80 x L: 123 x D: 40 cm - 40 kg
HIGH: H: 113 x L: 181 x D: 40 cm - 67 kg
Material: UV Lacquered Pine

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About Normann Copenhagen

Normann Copenhagen is a Danish design company with the mission to create original and innovative products in a simple and contemporary design that withstands the test of time. Or in other words, to challenge conventional thinking and make the ordinary extraordinary through great design.