shelf (small)

H. 100 x ∅. 64 cm

Design Cristián Mohaded

These three shelves feature two thin metal hoops that extend up to support the glass trays. These shelves are perfect for displaying precious objects. ...


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Shelf in steel with tops in 10mm-thick glass, col. bronze. Lacquered structure, col. matte black. Hardware with chrome-plated or matte finish.

Manufactured in Europe.

Other versions available in the showroom

Shelf (large) - H. 185 x ∅. 40 cm
Shelf (medium) - H. 140 x ∅. 52 cm

eco conceived

This product was identified as eco-designed by our qualitative assessment tool developed in collaboration with the CBAF. it has been positively evaluated according to 8 criteria corresponding to each stage of its life cycle Technological institute.


Cristián Mohaded

Cristián Mohaded was born in Argentina’s countryside in the eighties. A graduate from the National University of Córdoba, he is concurrently an industrial designer, an interior designer and an artistic director. He lives in Buenos Aires where he has set up his very own studio. Today, he is an exemplar role model in the design world in Argentina and has received many awards throughout his career. In 2013, the Twist #2 chair, co-created with Ricardo Blanco, integrates the permanent collection of design objects in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Cristián was appointed “Young American Talent” by Maison & Objet Americas in 2015. He was also selected to be a part of the Salon Satellite Milan 2018, organised by the Campana brothers, as an emerging Latin-American designer. According to Mohaded, every project is the outcome of a collaboration with a material: each has its own characteristics which link closely to the creative idea which forms the object. Cristián has designed many accessories for Roche Bobois, such as the Wander, Taz and Half & Half lamps, and the Agrafe and Ombrelle furnishings.

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