Multiple uses: Lap shelving by Case Furniture

British brand Case Furniture has launched the Lap shelving, a shelving unit designed by Belgian designer Marina Bautier.  Comprising a solid oak frame and a variety of modular components made from folded, powder-coated sheet metal, the Lap shelving unit can be adapted to the various needs of the user. Components include a bookshelf, a tray shelf, a deep box end and a shallow box, which all sit within the solid oak frame.  The shelving unit is available in three different heights: tall (76”), medium (61.5”), and low (31.5”).

Case was established in 2006 by British furniture pioneers Paul Newman and Sheridan Coakley. 

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