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Myria Bookcase Composition D

by David Dolcini for Porada
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Myria Bookcase Composition D $22,988.00
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    Bring a sculptural and practical style to your contemporary home with the Myria bookcase composition D by Porada. The geometric structure features a combination of clean lines and sharp angles, creating a dimensional checkered pattern for a bold touch. Not only is this a stylish product, but a practical one as well. Each shelf is incredibly strong and supportive, holding your books and treasured objects with ease. Thanks to the use of the best quality materials, it will be a lovely statement piece in your space for years to come.

    Manufactured in Italy and designed by the talented David Dolcini, the Myria bookcase composition D can be freestanding or fixed to the wall. The frame comes in wood finishes, and the shelves come in smoked glass.

    • country of origin:Italy
    • Assembly Required:Yes
    • Shipping Charges:free
    Founded by Luigi Allievi in 1968, Porada is a prestigious Italian furniture company specializing in wooden products. Since 1948, Allievi has worked as an artisan, creating gorgeous, quality wooden furniture, and he brought that experience to his company.
  • details
    • Designed by David Dolcini
    • Part of the Myria collection from Porada
    • Finished in solid Canaletto walnut
    • Shelves in smoked tempered glass
    • Can be free standing or fixed to a wall
    • Manufactured in Italy
  • dimensions
    • 70¾"W × 15¾" D × 78¾"H
  • design

    designed by

    David Dolcini

    David Dolcini is a renowned Italian designer who grew up in a family full of artisans. He works primarily in industrial design, and his style comes from his family influence and the many places he traveled over the years. After graduating from the Milan Polytechnic in 2004, Dolcini worked as a project manager at Luceplan and then worked as an architect in Shanghai. In 2012, he opened his design firm, which is respected worldwide.

    He collaborates with prestigious Italian brands, including Porada. Research and analysis are a big part of his design process, resulting in functional and stylish furniture and other products. His products feature playful geometry, fine details, and durable materials, making them perfect for any modern space.

    manufactured by

    Porada

    Founded by Luigi Allievi in 1968, Porada is a prestigious Italian furniture company specializing in wooden products. Since 1948, Allievi has worked as an artisan, creating gorgeous, quality wooden furniture, and he brought that experience to his company. They work with designers and promoters around the world, making it both nationally and internationally successful. The family-owned business is now run by his sons, who have continued with the legacy of creating incredible wooden pieces that are both practical, artistic, and built to last.

    Some of the talented designers who work with Porada include Marconato and Zappa, Carlo Ballabio, Staffan Tollgard, Patrick Jouin, David Dolcini, Emmanuel Gallina, Stefano Bigi, Gino Carollo, Tarcisio Colzani, Studio Opera, Dainelli Studio, and Studio Buratti. Every designer understands and respects the company's motto of creating unique products that have a human touch. Above all else, Porada's mission is to make and sell wooden furniture that they are passionate about and not made by machinery but by people.

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