A musical stave where the notes are the books which are arranged to the owner's liking to reflect the image of a personal melody. The Note Bookshelf is visually distinguished by the combination of the horizontal element, the shelves, with the vertical element, the beams.
Designed by Mario Mazzer
Born in 1955, Mario Mazzer graduated from the Politecnico in Milan in 1978 with a degree in Architecture and then furthered his studies with a course in Industrial Design at the Scuola Politecnica of Design in Milan. Upon graduating, he opened his own studio in Conegliano Veneto, Italy where he started to develop his own signature style. He has worked across a range of different sectors including architecture, interior design and industrial design.
Mazzer is active in contributing to the cultural debate about design and has taken part in many conventions and conferences. His participation in numerous conferences and the displays of his work in museums and design exhibitions have contributed to the cultural dialogue on design. He has received several prestigious awards including the “Young & Design” prize in 1991. His work has been exhibited extensively at art and design exhibitions in Paris, Milan, Genova and Budapest and in 1996 he received an honorable mention from the American magazine ""ID Annual Design Review"". In 2001 he published a monograph entitled Thinking About Things: Mario Mazzer Designer. In 2006 and 2007 he received an honorable mention in the competition Riabita. He received the Good Design in four editions between 2009 and 2011, with 2010 BABEL by Bonaldo. He won four Red Dot Design Awards between 2010 and 2012 and the IF Design Award in 2012. As an architect, he has developed projects and has restored residential, commercial and directional buildings, in both Italy and abroad.