Rare wall shelf unit by Florence Knoll. Made by Knoll International, Stuttgart in 1952.
Cabinets and shelves are made of teak. The interiors are veneered with maple. Cabinet fronts in white. The doors of the cabinet modules elegantly sink into the bottom of the slopes after opening, which also allows for permanently open use - as no doors protrude into the room. The shelves are each variable in height.
The wall panels are covered with seaweed (the fourth panel is present, but not visible in the photos - you can also omit the panels and have as a background the color of your respective wall). The panels are simply inserted between the vertical aluminum strips - the complete shelving system is very easy and intuitive to assemble!
The upper part of the shelf is illuminated. We have mounted daylight fluorescent tubes, these are available as standard illuminants in normal trade.
There is an additional shelf which is included.
The condition is very nice for a furniture almost 70 years old, there are normal signs of use.
1 shelf measures: 28cm deep, 65cm wide
1 cabinet element measures: 40cm deep, 65cm wide and 47cm high