400 × 251 × 46 cm
(W × H × D)
|Condition:||In original condition|
A shelving system created by Danish designer Poul Cadovius in the 1960s. In the 1940s Cadovius came up with a new idea for a floating, modular shelving system, for which he won a gold medal at the Finnish Furniture Fair as well as several other awards. Cadovius later bought the furniture company France & Søn and renamed it Cado. At Cado he worked with a number of important Danish designers, including Sigvard Bernadotte, Grete Jalk, and Arne Vodder, who created furniture for him. His Royal System shelving system was a major contribution to Danish modernism, which inspired many future designers with its perfect combination of form and function.
The shelving system is made of walnut and consists of many open shelves, several compartments with doors, and a shelf for vinyl records. The entire wall system can be combined and rearranged according to your needs. One of the panels has a hole in it for cable routing. The shelving system has not been refurbished, but it is in very good condition.