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Item No. 100405640
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Elysée Bookshelf

C$ 14,195.00
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100405640
New Arrival

Elysée Bookshelf

C$ 14,195.00
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  • Unique bentwood design.
  • Available in three configurations.
  • Can be wall-mounted or used as a room divider.
  • 62⅝" H 96½" W 13⅞" D
Detailed Dimensions

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Designed by Pierre Paulin for Magis
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Elysée Bookshelf
C$ 14,195.00
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Details

Based on shelves French designer Pierre Paulin originally designed in 1971 for French President Georges Pompidou at the Elysée Palace, the Elysée Bookshelf's graceful, curved brackets turn books and decorative objects into a work of art. Made in Italy.
  • Unique bentwood design.
  • Available in three configurations.
  • Can be wall-mounted or used as a room divider.
  • Made in Italy.
Brand
Magis
General Dimensions
  • 62⅝" H 96½" W 13⅞" D
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Composition F

  • Height (in): 31½
  • Width (in): 72½
  • Depth (in): 13⅞

Composition D

  • Height (in): 31⅞
  • Width (in): 120½
  • Depth (in): 13⅞

Composition B

  • Height (in): 62⅝
  • Width (in): 96½
  • Depth (in): 13⅞
  • American walnut plywood
  • Galvanized steel wall hook
  • ABS plastic “T” joints and feet

Pierre Paulin

Modernist French designer Pierre Paulin was a pioneer in low-level living. While his oeuvre spans decades of modern materials, techniques, and industrial projects, he’s best known for introducing a new approach to sitting — one that bid adieu to chair legs and embraced low-slung profiles for easy, laid-back lounging. Paulin’s iconic designs figure in museums and collections around the world.

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