Shelving made with cellulose tubes

Pound is a shelf designed by Capolinea Design , a group of Italian designers who have specialized in the design of furniture made with recycled materials . In the case of this shelving the materials that compose it are cellulose tubes for industrial use, recycled to serve as shelves, iron tubes, of those used in plumbing, which make up the structure that holds the whole and wood to form the interior separations of the tubes.

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The shelving of recovered materials It has an obvious industrial appearance. Because of its size it can be used to separate environments in a loft or in an open space.

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Pound It works very well as for the storage of wine bottles. You can create a beautiful combination of enoteca and library with this bookshelf.

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In commercial establishments it can be used as a storage area and separator of rooms or sections within the same commercial space. It can be installed anywhere, both horizontally and vertically and has different finishes, without treatment or painted in the color chosen by the client.

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The design of this bookcase is based on the philosophy of recycling and recovery of materials . There are many materials that are created with very specific purposes and that despite being of great quality, as with these special cellulose tubes, as soon as they finish their main function, they still retain an enormous potential to perform other alternative uses. The idea of ​​the shelf Pound was born with the discovery of these special tubes used for industrial purposes. The design is extremely simple but of great beauty and efficiency. Anyone with DIY skills could build a shelf based on the principles of Pound .

Photos: freshome.com

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