Designed by the Neuland studio, which found inspiration in libraries (hence its name), Blio reinterprets the concept of a bookcase based on the idea of organising any space with simplicity and character. It comprises a series of white lacquered modular components, which from a front view appear to be a succession of surfaces in different heights and depths, created by lights and shadows. This design project has great potential because by varying the intended use of the various elements, you can organise not only books but also everything that can be found in a home setting. The storage units are therefore equipped with visible shelves and doors with a push-pull opening, as well as a broom holder and a shoe rack.
Eva Paster and Michael Geldmacher met when they were still students and set up their studio, immediately offering high-level industries an original and in-depth approach to design. Guided by a holistic design concept, in which “the whole is more than the sum of its parts”, their work involves a step-by-step process leading to the discovery and awareness of the very essence of a product. Culturally and professionally versatile, their background ranges from psychology to communication, from packaging and exhibition design to sports items, lamps and furnishings.
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P.IVA/C.Fisc. 01267780938 Iscr. Trib. Pn – n. 12666 Cap. Soc. €103.561,00 i.v.