Marcellina is the result of a study on the metal tube bending. This processing technique, experienced during the period of the Bauhaus, allows to obtain curved tubular shapes visually perceived as very light, turning a graphic sign in threedimensional objects.

The outcome is an independent bookstore fully formed by tubular powder coated metal. The tube-bending process and the CNC wire benders allow to realize equal and precise pieces, ready to be welded easily between them.

The shape, the size and the thickness of the different pieces have been specifically designed to create an easy-processing structure and a durable and visually striking object.

The shelves have been designed to allow an easy placing of the books and without the use of others supports and materials.

Designed With:

Corrado Galzio, Gilda Negrini, Dario Trevisan.