Iron-ic is a modular, metal bookcase by Ronda Design that make interiors ever more interesting, functional and livable. Iron-ic is technologically innovative, aesthetically unique and functional products proper for home and office.
A sinuous, versatile and textured bookcase
Sinuous, versatile and textured; the Iron-ic Bookcase features a natural iron modular architecture based on the snap-together assembly of each module components. The curvilinear sides lend the bookcase its original and unmistakable wavy look, a harmonious zig-zag that is instinctively attractive and blends in with any surroundings, from classic to modern and in both home and contract settings.
Iron-ic is based on a minimum module comprising four grids (72X72 cm – 30 cm deep) that can be freely replicated according to individual needs. The multiple compositions that can be achieved are designed to enhance the appeal of any domestic, professional and contract environment.
Iron-ic lends its surroundings a strong contemporary mood, as the harmonious variation of horizontal and vertical surfaces in shaped sheet metal gives the bookcase an innate lightness and flow. The natural finish iron used to make it afford it a daring and attractive appearance; for a softer result, the painted white version is also available. In addition, Iron-ic enhances its customisation possibilities by offering a further choice of various module back panels, which are available in several wood finishes with a view to offering ultimate bookcase customisation.
Easy to assemble and compact packaging
Iron-ic is easy to assemble. Each module comes with a clear and detailed instruction kit for the assembly and composition of the bookcase. The bases are fitted with adjustable feet for uneven floors, and the modules are designed for safety wall-fastening. The modules can be secured to one another using magnets and through screws that are supplied by the manufacturer. The packaging has been reduced to a minimum: the various sheet metal components are in fact stacked horizontally on top of one another to minimise shipping volumes and consequently rationalise carriage fees.