In the 1960s, the famous furniture designerGianfranco Frattini presented the original and innovative at that time type of book rack. The designer piece of furniture was a parallelepiped-shaped cabinet rotating around its axis with shelves on four sides. A stylish revolving rack has become a kind of classic among the bookcases, and Italian design studio Poltrona Frau (Pt.) Has re-released it in a more modern and bold version. The updated version of the rack was namedAlbero, which in Italian means "tree". At the first glance, the origin of the name becomes clear. The rotating rack, held in place by a strong steel rod, really looks like a tree with branches stretching from its central trunk. Cube-shelves represent a modernized classic design, creating a cleaner and airy aesthetics. In addition, the entire rack revolves aroundAxis, each cube also moves up and down the axis. Thus, the owner can customize the design of the shelf according to his immediate needs and wishes. The stylish modern bookshelf is very compact and takes up enough space, which will be very valuable and useful for apartments with limited living space. Also, like its classic progenitor, the revolving Albero rack is great not only for storing books, but also for exposing art objects and favorite collections. The shelf is made of polished chipboard. When preparing the board, special grinding machines were used - http://www.mirtools.com.ua/catalog/shlifmashiny-vibratsionnye, which allows you to quickly and accurately process the surface to a perfectly smooth state.