Gianfranco Frattini's 1950's Albero free-standing bookcase reenters the design atmosphere.
The Albero is the centerpiece of any room in which is occupies—standing out for its sculptural yet functional appeal. It is a floor to ceiling bookcase, standing completely on its own with rectangular cubbies attached to the center pole layered at different heights. The Albero offers many storage options, holding 8 to 12 adjustable cube-esque shelf units. Other abilities include a 360-degree swiveling feature and an extendable pole, fitting ceilings as high as 11 feet.