The flexible MK Bookcase System consists of eight different modular units that can be used individually or combined as desired. In it, Koch envisioned a concept so clear in its form and function that it could become quintessential: the Bookcase System for modern homes.
Begun in 1928 and completed in 1932, Koch's solution remains in demand many decades later and has spawned countless reproductions far beyond Denmark's borders - a testament to the timelessness of his thoughtful vision.
The bookcase can be wall hung or be placed on bases.
- Morgan Koch, 1928
- Height: 29.9 inch
- Width: 29.9 inch
- Depth: 14.2 inch
- If the bookcase needs to be freestanding, an accompanying plinth should be ordered separately.
- Please specify if the cabinet should be prepared for wall mounting.
- All units, with the exception of the cabinet, are reversible so that the sections are either tall or wide. The basic, six-section unit, which can be set up so that the sections are either wide or tall depending on the dimensions of their contents, is a brilliant construction in its own right.
- All units can be either wall-mounted or placed on the floor using a plinth for an elegant finish and easy adjustability.