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Wall bookshelf Rexite Trieste - Composition 2

Brand: Rexite
Designer: Enzo Mari

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Product Description


Simple and versatile wall bookshelf system in painted epoxy steel, characterized by shelves with perforated sides, can be equipped with tables and cabinets for a variety of arrangements. Wall bookshelf in epoxy painted steel, supplied with an assembly template and wall-mount plugs and screws; do not exceed 50 Kg per single shelf.
The price refers to the composition of:
- 2 Upright H 165 cm / H 64.96”
- 2 Shelf W 90.4 x D 16 cm / W 35.59” x D 6.30”
- 2 Shelf W 90.4 x D 26 cm / W 35.59” x D 10.24”
- 2 Shelf W 90.4 x D 32 cm / W 35.59” x D 12.60”

Wall bookshelf

Material: Aluminium
Dimensions: W 93.8 x D 32 x H 165 cm / W 36.93” x D 12.60” x H 64.96”

Additional Information

Additional Information

Dimensions W 93.8 x D 32 x H 165 cm / W 36.93” x D 12.60” x H 64.96”
Material Aluminium
Country of Manufacture Italy




For forty years Rexite has been operating in the sector of furniture and accessories. As well as the classic office furniture and accessories, its collections include chairs and stools, tables and desks, bookcases, coat hangers, wall clocks and much more. Initially the main objective was to create office furniture and accessories which did not conform to pre-established formulas. Thanks to their creative originality, the special attention given to the quality of materials and their functional efficiency, Rexite's objects soon caught the attention of the public and in just a few years the small, dynamic firm became a leader in its sector. Thanks to the global appreciation of its products, Rexite subsequently started to extend its innovative vitality and its technological resources also to the furnishing of public spaces and private homes. Nowadays Rexite's exports account for more than 70% of its total production. The company's original vocation for encouraging unexpected and ironic aspects without ignoring functionality, research on materials and respect for the environment continues to reflect the company's philosophy, which may be summed up in a few words: to create objects which are simple but not banal, original but not bizarre.
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Enzo Mari

Enzo Mari

Enzo Mari born in Novara in 1932.He studied at the Accademia delle Belle Arti in Milan, and alongside his studies, in the fifties he had already developed an intense artistic production, with personal and collective exhibitions at galleries and contemporary art museums.At the same time, he also began his design work, at first as personal, formal research, and later in collaboration with numerous industrial companies, in the graphics and publishing, industrial products and exhibition fittings sectors.His work is internationally acclaimed, and considered to be among the most representative of Italian design. It is distinguished by constant research and experimentation with new product forms and meanings, often set in contrast with the traditional norms of industrial design.His unique position as an artist-cum-designer is documented in the many publications dedicated to his work, and in his participation in major institutions, including ADI – the Italian industrial design association, of which he was president from 1976 to 1979.He has three times been awarded the Compasso d’Oro, and his art works and objects are included in the collections of several contemporary art museums.In 1983 a major personal exhibition was held by the “Centro Studi e Archivio della Comunicazione” at the University of Parma, which conserves 8,500 designs and drawings from his archive, donated by him.His work has also included research and design in the field of street furniture (City of Milan, revamping of Piazza del Duomo) and education, in the form of conferences and series of lectures both in Italy and abroad, including courses given at the Institute of Art History of the University of Parma, and at the faculty of Architecture of the Politecnico in Milan.
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