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Item No. 100296029

MOS Bookcase

C$ 8,215.00
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100296029

MOS Bookcase

C$ 8,215.00
Oak
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  • Elegantly curved steam-bent wood frame.
  • Woven cane shells provide open and semi-concealed storage.
  • Four roomy shelves are accessible from both sides.
  • 56¼" H 53½" W 17" D
Detailed Dimensions

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MOS Bookcase
C$ 8,215.00

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The refined MOS Bookcase (2020) is a statement-making piece that works in a range of interiors. Wrapped around both ends of four roomy shelves are precisely curved, steam-bent oak frames and woven cane shells. The mix of materials and textures provides playful juxtaposition as well as a combination of both open and semi-concealed storage. MOS was designed by Danish architect Stine Gam and Italian architect Enrico Fratesi, who founded Copenhagen-based GamFratesi in 2006. Made in Italy.
  • Elegantly curved steam-bent wood frame.
  • Woven cane shells provide open and semi-concealed storage.
  • Four roomy shelves are accessible from both sides.
  • Beautiful from all angles, can also be used as a room divider.
  • Part of the MOS Collection by GamFratesi.
  • Made in Italy.
Brand
Gebruder Thonet Vienna
General Dimensions
  • 56¼" H 53½" W 17" D
Product Weight
99.25 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Mos Bookcase

  • Height (in): 56¼
  • Width (in): 53½
  • Depth (in): 17
  • Weight (lbs): 99.25
  • Steam-bent oak
  • Woven cane
  • Brass feet

GamFratesi

Founded by Danish architect Stine Gam and Italian industrial designer Enrico Fratesi, GamFratesi unites their diverse backgrounds with a fluidity that shows in their offerings. Considered furniture architects, Gam and Fratesi like to experiment with the traditional: they emphasize artisanal details while focusing on utility for furniture that reflects the process and techniques that created it.

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