What could be more enjoyable than diving into the world of books in such a serene and peaceful “Reading Room”? Of course, the most functional product of this place is the Tokio brand Mori library. Just as a forest grows randomly but uniquely natural, Mori shelves grow randomly and uniquely in many ways for your books, lights, sculptures and memories. And like the forest, "Mori" can adapt to its natural environment. This shelf can be placed in different shapes, angles and with a harmonious organic flow in different environments.
MMinterier's "Systemi" L armchair is a design where comfort reaches its peak. The low sofa system consists of eleven modular units that are very variable and can be used in countless combinations (single or corner sofa) from small to large. Individual seating units can be easily separated and recreated in different combinations. The “Uni” armchair of the Nobonobo brand is perfect for immersing in it and reading a book. Armchair Uni exaggerates its seat feature. It offers a soft, fluffy look reminiscent of your favorite furry toy. Having a fluffy fabric brings you a soft and warm life experience. It contains an originality that cannot be compared with any other design.
Perhaps the most attractive product of this room is the “Magna” bathtub by Creer. Considering those who carry the habit of reading to the bathroom, there is a concrete tub that offers a privileged appearance with its color and texture. It looks very attractive, doesn't it? Emko's useful and stylish Naïve Side Tables are waiting for you in different corners of the room for your drinks and magazines. Standing out with the design, the "Giratempo" watch of Formae Collection, the "Pipe Dummio" and the Fumi ashtray of the Creer brand are designed for fathers with special tastes. Grupa's "Baluna" model floor lighting creates a dim light source while reading. There are two remarkable works of art in the place for intellectuals. Miriam Smidt's painting "Funfair Feels" brings the atmosphere of the space to a whole new dimension with its vibrant colors. The “Digital Tension V3” sculpture by Arijel Strukelj has also taken its place in the Mori library.