The Wavy bookcase is a cutting-edge item of furniture, both thanks to its form and to the innovative material used. The entire structure is made of white or black LG HI MACS acrylic stone, an extremely fine composite that is durable and long-lasting: the colour does not change over time, it is not absorbent or porous and is therefore hygienic, it is ecological and water-resistant. It is an item that is sure to make an impact which, seen from the front, appears to be linear, while when seen from the side at 45 degrees it reveals a "canvas" of asymmetrical geometry. The vertical lines of the shelves, which are slightly inclined, give rise to this effect of apparent irregularity and the movement of the modules that compose it determine its particular nature. Wavy can be positioned on the wall or suspended to furnish the room in a distinctive manner, or used as a centrepiece to separate the areas in a unique, stylish way. The bookcase is modular and may be compiled according to the requirements of the home.
Available in Acrylic Stone in White color
ALIVAR was established in 1984, inspired by the idea of re-enacting some of the masterpieces of modern furnishing and design history. But today ALIVAR is above all a dynamic company highly attentive to technological innovation and ongoing research in the design and architectural spheres, it has through time created collections such as Brilliant furniture and Home project, enhancing its production range with furnishings of minimalist design, expressed in the language of materials and colours. Featuring the purest and most minimal styling, with no excessive decorative elements, in which the focus is on practical functionality. Materials which are mixed and matched easily, enhancing each object with its own distinctive personality: with an accent on the quilted texture leather used for the seating and on the stainless steel used for the supporting frameworks. A truly modern and refined style, ideal for those who seek simplicity in all things, and those who consider the functionality of objects that surround him as being of primary importance.