Rayonnage Mural shelf, Japanese red - oak
Vitra's Rayonnage Mural is a distinctive wall shelf, designed by Jean Prouvé in 1936, characterised by the geometric shape of its two vertical brackets. A recurring feature in several Prouvé designs, the shape is reminiscent of an airplane or a ship's rudder, and it brings fascinating three-dimensionality to the otherwise understated design.
Like most of Prouvé's creations, the Rayonnage Mural was designed for a specific project: the École Nationale Professionnelle in the city of Metz. Made of wood and metal, the shelf is sure to fit a variety of spaces, serving a myriad of purposes. What would you fill it with: books, collectibles or something else entirely?
We are deeply committed to ensuring an optimal shopping experience, providing you with authentic modern furniture that truly fulfills their promise! However, don't just believe us – check out the feedback from our valued customers.
The ordering process for a customized USM cabinet was executed perfectly, with no delays in production, shipping, or delivery. The customer service was commendable, providing regular updates on the order's status. The pricing was satisfactory, encouraging future purchases and recommendations.Re-view