Xlibris Shelf
Xlibris Shelf
Xlibris Shelf
Xlibris Shelf
Xlibris Shelf

Xlibris Shelf

£359.00
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Brand: Sibast

Designer: Kasper Eistrup

The underlying concept of Xlibris has been growing and developing in Kasper Eistrup’s mind for almost four years. It was originally stimulated by the artist’s own need for a workplace shelf in his atelier and subsequently by his aversion to shelf brackets. 

Despite its apparent simplicity, Xlibris is brimming with small artisanal and functional details. Both the shelf and the wall-mounted desk are assembled without visible screws, emphasising the impression of Xlibris as two integrated pieces of furniture that seemingly grow out of the wall.

  • 86cm (l), 28cm (w), 28cm (h)
  • Oak from sustainable foresting / brushed brass
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Brand: Sibast

Designer: Kasper Eistrup

The underlying concept of Xlibris has been growing and developing in Kasper Eistrup’s mind for almost four years. It was originally stimulated by the artist’s own need for a workplace shelf in his atelier and subsequently by his aversion to shelf brackets. 

Despite its apparent simplicity, Xlibris is brimming with small artisanal and functional details. Both the shelf and the wall-mounted desk are assembled without visible screws, emphasising the impression of Xlibris as two integrated pieces of furniture that seemingly grow out of the wall.

  • 86cm (l), 28cm (w), 28cm (h)
  • Oak from sustainable foresting / brushed brass

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Authentic Nordic design

We exist to bring real and authentic Nordic style into British homes. Our collection of Danish furniture and lighting by world-renowned designers sit alongside an array of lifestyle items and home accessories from younger, emerging brands.

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Some of our pieces are almost a century old. The Nordic design output of the last hundred years (and the personalities of the designers) have become the retroactive benchmark used to critique contemporary Scandinavian design.