Partitioned wooden plant stand designed by Ludvík Volák for Dřevopodnik Holešov in the 1960s. Dřevopodnik Holešov was founded in 1958, and it specialized in creating high-quality wooden furnishings. Their most well-known item was this wooden stand in which the shelves form an interesting geometric composition suitable for placing a variety of different-sized plants. This particular piece is made from steam-bent beech plywood with an ash veneer. The finish is slightly damaged in some places, which can be seen in the photos.
The word Nanovo in Czech means something "anew", "afresh" or "again". We stumbled upon the name of our shop as we were chilling at Berlin's university in 2009. Two years later in 2011 our Nanovo shop opened. We are a shop with Czechoslovak and international post-war design, we sell and renovate furniture and we also design interiors. In 2016 we have received the Czech Grand Design Award "Shop of the Year". In 2019, we were awarded the EDIDA Award - Elle magazine award for Jiří Jiroutek's furniture reissue.