Key facts

Product:
Musikstapler
Family:
Buchstabler | Musikstapler
Manufacturer:
Moormann >
Designer:
Thomas Fischer >
Architonic ID:
1040696
Country:
Germany
Launched:
2006
Manufacturer groups :
Storage/Shelving-Shelving >
Storage/Shelving-CD racks >
Groups:
Storage/Shelving-Shelving >
Storage/Shelving-CD racks >

Product description

Material:
FU (birch plywood) white
base: cast concrete white-grey

Dimensions:
height: 40,5 / 55,9 / 71,3 / 86,7 / 102,1 / 117,5 cm
width: 34,0 cm
depth: 34,0 cm

Product family

Concept

Buchstabler is a pivotable rack for pocket books... With purchases kept on a minimum, a maximum amount of books is stored in a space-saving way and clearly arranged. The rack is stuck together, stands freely and detached and - if necessary - it can become higher and higher. Therefore, it is possible to assemble Buchstabler at coffee-table height (two levels), up to Buchstabler-tower height (seven levels). Buchstabler is stabilized with a simple, but clever technique:. a string connects the base and the top of the shelf. The tension, produced from twisting the string, holds the shelf tightly together. It becomes nearly invisible when completely filled with pocket books, so that it leaves the stage to the printings which thus can display themselves on their best behaviour (front). A base made of cast conctete makes the rack stable.

Musikstapler is a pivotable rack for CDs. With purchases kept on a minimum, a maximum amount of CDs is stored in a space-saving way and can be clearly arranged (Ca. 60 CDs per level). The rack is stuck together, is rotatable, stands freely and, if necessary, can be built higher and higher. Therefore, it is possible to assemble Musikstapler at coffee-table height (two levels), up to Musikstapler -tower height (ten levels). Musikstapler is stabilized with a simple, but clever technique:. a string connects the base and the top of the shelf. The tension, produced from twisting the string, holds the shelf tightly together. Musikstapler becomes nearly invisible when completely filled, leaving the spotlight to the CDs, which can be arranged individually, organized with labels at each level and displayed with the cover in sight. The base, cast concrete, adds durability.