Published at Monday, April 09th 2018. In Bookcases. By Amelia Lee.
Feeled, serpentine, the Iron—ic also versatile Bookcase from Ronda Design features a innate iron modular architecture based on the snap—together assembly of every module components.
The curvilinear flank loan the bookcase its indigenous with plain curly view a "harmonious zig−zag" that is instinctively good−looking plus blends in with any surroundings from classic to modern as well as in both home in—conjuncion with official settings. According to the designers, Iron−ic is based on a minimal module comprising four grids (72X72 cm with 30 cm deep) that can be freely replicated according to individual needs.
The bookcase lends its setting a strong contemporary temper, as the harmonious contrast of horizontal together with vertical surfaces in shaped plate metal give the project an innate lightness also flow. The native finish iron used to build it afford it a daring as well as attractive appearance; for a softer result, the painted white version is also accessible.
Iron−ic enhances its customization possibilities by offering a further choice between various module back panels, which are accessible in several wood finishes with a look to offering ultimate bookcase customization.
Each module comes with a clear with detailed instruction kit for the assembly plus composition of the bookcase. The bases are fitted with adjustable feet for uneven floors, in—conjunction with the modules are designed for safety wall−fastening. The units can be secured to one another using magnets together with/or through screws which are supplied by the manufacturer.
Staircase specialists Bisca were approached by a client who was renovating a verbose rock−built farmhouse deep in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, Northern England. Integral to this conversion was the replacement of the staircase plus the opening up of the ground floor.
This area originally attributed a timber structure that sat awkwardly in its space, with very low head heights plus in a style that was too opulent for its surroundings. Replacing this staircase would prove to be key to modernizing the interior since a new design would allow much more light into ground level with its single small window.
To link the ground to first with first to second floors, an industrial—looking staircase was requested which needed to incorporate a floor−to−ceiling bookcase. Natural materials were chosen for the design, such as pale English Oak for the treads together with risers, forge−formed steel for the balustrade uprights with hand−stitched leather for the handrails.
Flowing continuously from ground to second floor, the balustrades loop subtly whilst the newel has shine highlights in the burnished finish that give the illusion of having been generated from generations of hands passing up the staircase.
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