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One Step Up Bookcase Low White

480.00USD
Specifications
Maintenance
Materials:
Steel, Ash
Size & Weight:
H: 126 x L: 78 x D: 45 cm
21 kg
Product Information:

One Step Up comes flat packed. Easy to assemble. Just fold out the ladder-like frame and put the shelves in place. The high version comes in 2 boxes - one for the frame and one for the shelves. The frame weighs 16,4 kg without box and 17,4 kg with box. The shelves weigh 18 kg without box and 19 kg with box. The low version is packed in one box. Load capacity: ca. 15 kg pr. shelf.

Maintenance:

Clean with damp cloth.

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About

One Step Up

One Step Up is a bookcase that combines form, material and function in a simple and chaste design. Francis Cayouette has been inspired by the ladder as object and he has created a new flexible piece of furniture ideal for storage.
One Step Up creates room and frame for storage. Place various One Step Up bookcases beside each other and create your own bookcase system. One Step Up bookcase can also be used as a light room divider.
Designer

Francis Cayouette

Francis Cayouette is member of the Danish Designers Society and holds a Bachelor degree in Industrial design from the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Montreal (1994). Francis also studied at Les Ateliers in Paris.

"I find working on very different projects inspiring. It is important for me to start a project with a fresh mind and without too many preconceived images. It requires a lot of work and exploration, but that's generally where the new ideas come from. I find it very inspiring to challenge myself into unknown areas. I learn a lot from working in different fields. The result should be surprising and open minded, but also honest and easy to understand. When I start a project I try to focus less on the product and more on the needs. I'm interested in finding new interpretations but also in the everyday interaction of the objects, people and space. Today, new technologies and new materials allow more liberty for the creator. I try to translate these possibilities into more freedom for the user. The objects surrounding us should be able to adapt to the fast and constantly changing situations in life. Our needs are increasing, but our space is not. I believe there is a challenge in creating better basic products that makes life easier instead of more complicated."