The shape of the tree of the library that has proposed Roberto Corazza, Represents a different way of understanding the library at home. This simple concept, wants to give visual lightness to an element that usually has a structure and is an important
piece of furniture of great impact, guardian of the important things: books. For the first time, the subject's attention is captured by the books themselves, and only later by the structure, which inevitably becomes an almost invisible support. The branches, which act as a shelf, have different inclinations, precisely to break the monotony of the fixed pattern, and the lack of the closing backrest, is given by its peculiarity of being positioned both on the wall and in the center of the room, after the creation of a pedestal. The structure is made in a single fusion, avoiding any type of joint, just to give greater strength. The structure can be made of plastic material, metal acrylate type, with a maximum thickness of 12 mm, or alternatively, in colored steel.