- Product Details
Piano Bookshelf Walnut
Features and Benefits
Designed and made in Italy by Renzo and Matteo Piano
Finished with a base of oil / natural wax of vegetable origin with pine extracts.
Height 177cm Width 280cm Depth 45cm
SKU 611933 Brand Riva 1920 Range Piano Designer Renzo Piano
Material & Contents
Walnut oiled and plywood
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- Product Story
A lightweight grid of modern shelving formed from walnut and steel
Named after the designer, Piano is wonderfully handcrafted from walnut within Riva 1920’s designated factory on the coast of Lombardy, Italy.
Simplicity is the key characteristic of this design, each element developed to provide a lightweight look that is easy to assemble.
Giving the appearance of long tubular steel poles, the metal structure of the Piano simply slots into the carved walnut shelves to build up a sturdy structure.
Forming a grid of 49 storage squares, this shelving system is the ideal place to house a library of books and records or create a unique displays of decorative objet.
To realise the full potential of this large bookshelf, place within the centre of the room to create a unique room divider.
- Delivery Information
Delivery Service Order Value Cost 2 Man Furniture Delivery Orders Over £1000 FREE Orders Under £1000 £49
How long will delivery take: If the items you are ordering are in stock we will be able to deliver your order within 3-5 working days.
Orders with several items: If you are ordering more than 1 furniture item these will come in a single delivery when all items are available.
Postcode exceptions: For customers who live in more remote, highland or island regions your delivery can take up to 10 working days. For any areas outside of our postcode matrix please contact Customer Services for further information on [email protected]
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Born in Genoa, Italy in 1937, Renzo Piano is one of the worlds most esteemed architects and designers. His ground breaking designs include the Centre Georges Pompidou (1977) in Paris and the iconic Shard (2012) in London, while his collaborations with furniture manufacturers such as Riva 1920 have shown his ability to adapt his sculptural style to the home.View Designer