Baleri Italia

Baleri Italia - Mac Gee Shelf

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Philippe Starck borrowed the name for his - 1979/ 1984 designed - shelf from the brilliant science fiction novella 'Ubik' by Philip K. Dick. Mac Gee is a timeless, beautiful creation, made in collaboration with Baleri Italia (formerly Cerruti Baleri) during the beginnings of Starck's career.

The bookcase with its elements and slightly inclined vertical lines is reminiscent of the wing profile of an aeroplane, casually leaning against the wall. The individual shelves are arranged vertically and hang over on both sides, resulting in a soft, familiar composition, which has slight similarities with a ladder, an 'objet trouvé', that has been modified into a bookshelf.

The complete shelf consists of a central column and five shelves in decreasing depth, manufactured from steel (with epoxy powder coating) and available in the colours matte black, white and silver metallic.

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Item no. 102725
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Material steel panel (with epoxy powder coating)
Colour White
Dimensions Height: 236 cm, Depth: 50 cm, Length: 99 cm
Weight 38 kg (without packaging)
EAN 4250298742601
Design Philippe Starck
Category Shelves

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Customer Reviews

Actually a nice shelf....

2 of 5 stars 13.05.2019, , Baleri Italia - Mac Gee, black
6 of 10 customers have found this review helpful.

Automatically translated from German

which unfortunately is difficult to position so that it looks good on the wall. On the sides there are ugly threads for the extension of the shelf, so that it is not very attractive from the side. The lowest shelf is in contact with all sockets installed at the usual height, so that the shelf is not flush with the wall. In short: the shelf needs the optimum space, i.e. no socket far and wide (which excludes electrical appliances or lamps for the shelf) and view only from the front of the shelf. I'm afraid we had to send it back.

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