Hub bookshelf 240

cod. H10
HUB, 2022

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Bookshelf with vertical elements in lacquered aluminium and shelves in pre-composed oak veneered multilayer plywood. 
Finish in natural oak wood, lacquered (whitened, Canaletto walnut, dark, ash grey) or coloured stains.
Available in two depths: 28 cm or 38 cm.
It is possible to add front and back panels.

Characteristics

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MATERIAlias_A019
MATERIAlias_A011
MATERIAlias_A047
MATERIAlias_A051
Textured powder-coating
Metallic liquid coating
Pre-composed wood
Coloured stains wood

Francesco Meda

ritratto ufficale Francesco Meda

He was born in Milan in 1984 and graduated in 2006 from the European Institute of Design in Milan in Industrial Design. He worked in Sebastian Bergne’s studio in London and later in Ross Lovegrove’s studio. Since his return to Milan in 2008, he has collaborated with his father Alberto Meda on projects for various clients. At the same time, he carries out personal art and design projects with galleries such as Nilufar Gallery, Schoeni Art Gallery in Hong Kong, Colos, Luce di Carrara, Rossana Orlandi Gallery, and Mint Gallery in London. In 2022, he designed the Hub system for Alias with Alberto Meda. He lives and works in Milan.

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Alberto Meda

Ritratto ufficiale Alberto Meda

He was born in Lenno Tremezzina (Como) in 1945. He graduated in mechanical engineering from the Polytechnic University of Milan. In 1987 and 1989, he designed two historic chairs for Alias, Lightlight and Softlight, the first currently on display in MoMA’s permanent collection. The first Alias chairs of the Frame collection date back to 1994, followed in 2003 by Frametable, in 2007 by the Tech wood outdoor collection, and in 2009 by the Biplane tables. In 2011, he was awarded ADI’S Compasso d’Oro for the Teak folding outdoor table. He co-designed the Hydrochair chair (2011) and the HUB system (2022) with Francesco Meda. He lives and works in Milan.

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