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Statica- Daniele Lago, 2002

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A patented product for rooms with a design edge

The lever principle applied to a bookcase

Statica shelves are supported by the lever principle, simply slipped onto the axis and oriented either to the right or the left.

The shelves do not require wall attachments and can be positioned and repositioned up and down the central axis.

The extreme

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A patented product for rooms with a design edge

The lever principle applied to a bookcase

Statica shelves are supported by the lever principle, simply slipped onto the axis and oriented either to the right or the left.

The shelves do not require wall attachments and can be positioned and repositioned up and down the central axis.

The extreme rigour of its design makes Statica the star of any room.

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Strong points

Head

Heart

Courage

Only two anchor points

The only part of Statica that is anchored to the wall is the central axis, which is attached to the wall at its two ends.

The magic of suspension

The shelves seem to be magically suspended in the air, but in reality it all happens thanks to the lever principle.

Lever power

Application of the lever principle to a bookcase. That is the root of Statica’s innovative strength, with the shelves remaining suspended thanks to a first-degree lever.

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