A bookcase is a piece of furniture that says a lot about the taste of those who live in a house. Models and designs vary according to space needs and preferences: you could choose a classical wall-mounted model or a freestanding one, one made of solid wood or one made with more modern and lighter materials.
A bold design is what makes the Biblos stand out, an indoor bookcase produced by Tectona, the French company specialized in fine wood products. Biblos has an obelisk form that celebrates the iconic Great Library of Alexandria, it is made in satin-varnished teak, and it can be easily moved thanks to its rotating wheel system.
Biblos is a treat for all book lovers. It was designed by Alexis de La Falaise, a French artist who passed away in 2004 and an esthete who was driven by his great love for art and design and was passionate about the history of decorative arts. Thanks to its unique design, all books can be accessed in a dynamic way, from the bottom of the pyramid all the way to its top.