The Planner shelves were originally designed by Paul McCobb in 1949. The multifunctional storage system has both a highly practical and stylish appeal.
Crafted from oak veneer and powder-coated steel, the contrast between the warm wood and solid metal creates a striking, graphic expression, typical of McCobb's signature style of functional simplicity and pureness in form. Available in 3 different options, the shelf is perfect for displaying beloved items, books and is perfect as a room divider.
Material :Shelves - natural oak and bevelled at the edges to fit seamlessly with the frame. Frame - Steel with a durable powder-coated matt finish. The joints are welded by hand
Dimensions: Height: 165cm x Depth: 38.1cm x Length: 120.7cm
Delivery: 8/10 weeks
** Originally designed in 1949, a Fritz Hansen licensed original piece
Paul McCobb was born in 1917. He moved from Boston to New York to pursue his dream of becoming a designer. When it came to design he was completely self-taught but his profound understanding of perspective paved the way for his emerging career as one of the most important designers of the time. Perspective and scale in particular became a trademark for McCobb, whose tables, shelves and even lamps were the result of meticulous attention to the room the design would inhabit.