Chairs & Armchairs for Office and Community

Bookcases, Partitions & Whiteboards

Designer
Alessio Pozzoli

Freestanding or modular bookcases: the freestanding version consists of two vertical support elements (sides) with glides or castors (one side with 2 uprights on the right + one side with 2 uprights on the left – each upright made of structural steel with a diameter of 35 mm).

At the bottom, the sides are matched with an open unit fitted with a fixed shelf in the middle, and with two, fixed height shelves.

It is possible add a middle module to the freestanding version. This is fitted with one side only (2 uprights with glides or castors) matching the open unit and the two shelves; it is possible to add an indefinite number of middle modules. The open unit can be fitted with hinged or sliding doors.

A work top and dividing panels – with or without whiteboard – can be added to the bookcase with castors. Both sides of the panels are covered in fabric.

Product details

Metal
Modular bookcase with glides Metal
Modular bookcase with castors Metal
Double-sides whiteboard
Mobile partition
Two-way desk
Wood
Modular bookcase with glides Wood
Modular bookcase with castors Wood

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Designer

Alessio Pozzoli

Alessio Pozzoli began working with Sesta in 1999 to develop a modular sofa with a replaceable seat.
That modular sofa, called Tommy, was then presented in 2000 at the Cologne Orgatec fair. Tommy has contributed to the success of Sesta as a Company sensitive to the furniture design needs of the office and the community.

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