‘It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.’

Simplicity turns into eternal beauty in this unique piece. Designed by David Dolcini, the Myria open bookcase is the perfect furnishing accessory for both domestic and contract projects. The structure, made entirely of solid Canaletta walnut, the iconic wood of Porada, also available in Moka or
Wengé stained, is completed by a series of tempered smoked glass shelves, with or without splashbacks. This minimalist bookcase can be used individually with wall fixing, or by combining several modules, even of different widths (40, 60 or 80 cm).
Myria acts perfectly as a divider if used in the middle of a room. All joining elements, as well as the wall fixings, are made of metal in bronzed brushed brass finish.


David Dolcini

David was born near Milan. His vision and approach to design comes from a combination of different educational and professional experiences abroad over the years.
After finishing his studies at Politecnico di Milano, he founded in 2007 his own brand DAVID DOLCINI STUDIO, which deals mainly with product and industrial design, interior design, exhibition design and art direction. Some of his works have been selected for international exhibitions and exhibited at Palazzo Arte della Triennale di Milano. In 2012 he opened a new base of operations in Valencia, Spain. His fruitful collaboration with Porada began in 2013 and since then he has designed some of the company’s iconic products, including Aria and Argo. The key points that characterize David’s methodological approach are: accurate and sartorial work, innovation, Italian identity and international openness.

“As to me, design is a magical balance. A process of synthesis able to condense the complexities of a project into an essential and organic product, but still full of meaning.”

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