lionel doyen: fingers shelving system for quinze & milan
lionel doyen: fingers shelving system for quinze & milan lionel doyen: fingers shelving system for quinze & milan
apr 20, 2009

lionel doyen: fingers shelving system for quinze & milan

‘fingers’ shelving system by lionel doyen for quinze & milan



at the milan design week 2009 quinze & milan presents no less than five new collections from lionel doyen, gitta gschwendtner and thomas tritsch. on top of that, quinze & milan shows the ‘make your own furniture’, with this concept the design brand pushes the public in shaping its own reality.



‘fingers’ shelving system by lionel doyen for quinze & milan







  • Où peut on acheter cette étagère à Paris?

  • vous pourrez les trouver bientôt chez Silvera

    maignial says:
  • looks like a direct copy of the ‘chiku’ shelving by australian designer nick rennie for porro
    such a shame that a so called big name designer cant be original in his concepts and has to resort to copying others work

    nikumun says:
  • a copy! and no better way than to let the whole world know in milan.

    suparabbit says:
  • i agree, it is a copy of fellow designer Nick Rennie for porro

    vik servin says:
  • good work! i like! from chinese!

    xiaodong wang says:

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