The forest management concept of “mothers, daughters and granddaughters” inspired the creation of this trio of Jatoba Rotating Bookcases designed by Etel Carmona. The highest piece would correspond to the oldest tree, the middle one would correspond to the daughter, and the smallest to the granddaughter. All close to each other to ensure the preservation of the forest. Each bookshelf was originally made from an exotic, native wood – such as Roxinho wood and Breu wood – to represent the diversity in the forest. The pieces can be sold separately, and built in different types of woods.

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Designed by Etel Carmona
Can be sold separately or as a trio
Bespoke dimensions and finishes upon request
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Three dimensions available :
Small: L 40 x W 40 x H 128 cm / L 15.75″ x W 15.75″ x H 50.39″ pictured in Imbuia wood
Medium: L 40 x W 40 x H 160 cm / L 15.75″ x W 15.75″ x H 62.99″ pictured in Purpleheart wood
Large: L 40 x W 40 x H 193 cm / L 15.75″ x W 15.75″ x H 75.98″ pictured in Freijo wood

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Handmade in Brazil
Production lead time: 16 weeks
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The forest management concept of “mothers, daughters and granddaughters” inspired the creation of this trio of Jatoba Rotating Bookcases designed by Etel Carmona. The highest piece would correspond to the oldest tree, the middle one would correspond to the daughter, and the smallest to the granddaughter. All close to each other to ensure the preservation of the forest. Each bookshelf was originally made from an exotic, native wood – such as Roxinho wood and Breu wood – to represent the diversity in the forest. The pieces can be sold separately, and built in different types of woods.

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