The design is inspired by the classical Italian wall systems from old library’s, where in old time precious books were hidden behind glass or panel doors. These old libraries are so beautiful that they have appeared in many movies. As a wall system, it is incomparable in its functionality. When used as a partition, it can be placed in different areas and the free modules can meet the requirements of various spaces. 45° joints technique that is the most difficult kind in furniture craft is perfectly applied on the cabinet. On each cabinet door, there are at least three precise 45° joints. Selected grains have made it a stunning piece of artwork.
Hans Thyge Raunkjaer is a signed designer of Mexarts and is appointed the Art Director. The studio Hans Thyge & Co he founded in 1990 has a long history of know-how and experience in advanced modelling, working with all kinds of materials and production methods. Their processes are structured and monitored very carefully to ensure that the result meets the expectations.
Hans Thyge & Co consists of passionate people with strong opinions and a love for great design. They believe in combining brain and heart – function and aesthetics, and that every design should tell a story. It’s all about creativity, traditions, visions, cultures and values.
Hans has contributed a great many designs in Mexarts’ Noir collection, such as the iconic Peninsula dining table, Puli Chair and Kerry Desk.