The Ki Bookshelf by Victoria Magniant is a tribute to ancestral Japanese woodworking techniques. Available in a limited edition, it is made by hand and assembled without any visible attachment. “I wanted to go for the exceptional by collaborating with the French cabinetmaker Thomas Lebecel, known for his sense of detail and unique expertise. This collection explores the possibilities of the ancestral technique of Yakisugi, which “fossilizes” the wood and gives it an almost mineral appearance.” says Victoria Magniant. The supports are arranged around a common axis creating an irregular rhythm and a kinetic effect. The structure is fixed by custom-made blackened brass fixtures.    

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Limited edition of 8 pieces and 4 artist’s proof
Library in burned ash with the ancestral process of Yakisugi
Patinated brass details
You can custom the number of shelves upon request

W 187 x D 43 x H 102 cm
W 73.6″ x D 16.9″ x H 40.2″

W 187 x D 143 x H 102 cm
W 73.6″ x D 56.3″ x H 40.2″
Handmade in France
Production lead time: 16 weeks
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The Ki Bookshelf by Victoria Magniant is a tribute to ancestral Japanese woodworking techniques. Available in a limited edition, it is made by hand and assembled without any visible attachment. “I wanted to go for the exceptional by collaborating with the French cabinetmaker Thomas Lebecel, known for his sense of detail and unique expertise. This collection explores the possibilities of the ancestral technique of Yakisugi, which “fossilizes” the wood and gives it an almost mineral appearance.” says Victoria Magniant. The supports are arranged around a common axis creating an irregular rhythm and a kinetic effect. The structure is fixed by custom-made blackened brass fixtures.    

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