Vivlio Shelf Small / 1.295 dkk
Designed by Included Middle
Vivlio is a modular shelving system with endless possibilities. The wooden shelves are made in three sizes and designed with an open front so you can choose whether to conceal or display your items of selection. The steel frames are easily stacked and combined in ways that allow you to give more or less air between each shelf. Go with a dark and clean look, a light and natural style or a wild mix of black and bright shelves and frames. The choice is yours.
- Oak / Black
WxDxH: 80x34x7 cm
Item no. 1930469
- WxDxH: 39x83x10 cm
Weight: 3,3 kg
- Material and care
Proper usage and maintenance
Proper usage and maintenance is vital for getting the most out of the valuable resources we have. Our designs are made to last for generations, but just like everything else, they need a little care to get there.
Ash with the botanical name Fraxinus spp is commonly found in temperate regions in the northern hemi-sphere as well as in middle/northern US. The Skagerak ash comes from European forests.
Ash is a light type of wood with a living structure. Furthermore, ash is a hard and very resistant type of wood, which makes it a good choice for shelves and the like.
To clean use a wrung cloth and soapy water. Wipe with a dry cloth to ensure a spotless surface.
Dust several times a week in order to maintain a clean surface and protect the finish from building up soil. Use a clean, lint-free, absorbent cloth for general dusting.
About the designer / Included Middle
Take a furniture designer (Chris L. Halstrøm) and a textile designer (Margrethe Odgaard) and place them in the same room. Now ask them to define a project. That is more or less how this unique design-duo Included Middle began their collaboration. ‘Since we come from two quite different professions our dogma is that both areas should be present in our products. Form, function, pattern and colours affect each other mutually when we work. As Included Middle we almost become a third person, who creates objects based on all four parameters.’