A bookshelf made from recycled timber and steel
Inspired by the traditional ladder, this shelf impresses with its form and function; completely dispensing with superfluous elements.
The SUSTEREN bookshelf is based on an angular, powder-coated steel frame made of 4 cm x 2 cm tubular steel in the color beige red (RAL 3012). Within these ladders are 3 cm thick shelves made of recycled lumber. The shelves are glazed white, and then coated with organic hard wax that protects and cares for the wood while softly highlighting its patina.
Without an obvious front and back SUSTEREN is suitable as a freestanding piece of furniture as well as a wall shelf, it isn’t too dominant, allowing space for, and not detracting from, the objects placed upon it.
This model is also available in a smaller version as SUSTEREN Mini.
SUSTEREN offers countless configuration options. Create your own personal modular solution with us.
As with all of our products, this piece of furniture is manufactured in co-operation with regional producers under as environmentally friendly conditions as possible.
Recycled timber from pine or spruce
Powder-coated steel tube
The product is individually customizable, as special requests can be made regarding dimensions and finishes. The illustrated model has a length of 150 cm, a height of 200 cm and width of 30 cm.
The inner height between the two lower shelves is 35 cm. The inner height between the second, third and fourth shelves is 30 cm each. The inner height between the upper four shelves is 26 cm.
SUSTEREN has white-glazed shelves and a steel frame in beige red (RAL 3012). However, all colors of the RAL palette are possible on request. Likewise, the processing of other woods such as oak, ash, beech or walnut is possible.
Carpentry: Stolarstwo-Ślusarstwo – Wolin, Poland
Metalwork: Stolarstwo-Ślusarstwo – Wolin, Poland
Powder coating: PTL – Berlin, Germany
This article is made individually for you. The preparation time can therefore vary due to the choice of material, size and color. As a rule, a delivery time of 6-8 weeks should be planned within Germany.