Qeeboo introduces a versatile, free-standing bookcase Koibuchi, designed by Stefano Giovannoni. Conceived as a wall of sectioned and pierced stones, the bookcase’s holes are configured as a series of interconnected irregular spaces that can be used to place books, plants or other objects on. The bookcase can be standing either horizontally or vertically in any space you wish, in an office or in a house, either stand alone to divide spaces or on the wall. Made in recyclable polyethylene and available in different colors, the library can be combined with additional units.
Stefano Giovannoni, graduated in Architecture in Florence, lives in Milan working as industrial designer, interior designer and architect. He collaborated with companies such as Alessi, Amore Pacific, Cedderoth, Deborah, Fiat, Hannstar, Hansemm, Helit, Henkel, Honeywell, Kokuyo, Inda, Laufen, Lavazza, LG Hausys, Magis, Mikakuto, Ntt Docomo, Oras, Oregon Scientific, Pepsico, Pulsar, Samsung, Seiko, Siemens, Sodastream, 3M, Telecom, Toto, Veneta Cucine, etc. Working as industrial designer, he created many bestsellers and commercially successful products establishing records of sales with objects such as the “Girotondo” and “Mami” series, the popular iconic plastic products and “Il Bagno Alessi One” for Alessi and the “Bombo” series for Magis. He has been defined “Champion of Super and Popular of the years 2000” (Alberto Alessi), “King Mida of design” (Cristina Morozzi), “Most bankable designer” (Eugenio Perazza, Magis) for his ability to foretell people's taste.