DHS10 Hirche Living Room Shelfby Herbert Hirche, 1954 — 4.003,00 €
3% advance payment discount*: 3.882,91 € (Save 120,09 €)
The modern DHS10 living room shelving system from Richard Lampert was designed in 1954 by the former Bauhaus student Herbert Hirche in his typically functional and purist style. The cabinet and drawer elements are among the clever details that make the Hirche shelving a practical all-rounder with numerous possible uses.
|Product type||Modular shelving|
|Dimensions||Height, ladder supports: 185.5 cm
Height, cabinet elements: 43.6 cm
Total width (incl. adjustable foot): 251.2 cm
Depth, ladder supports: 32.6 cm
Depth, shelf: 29.2 cm
Depth, cabinet element: 35.8 cm
|Material||Ladder supports: steel tube (16 mm) and wire (6 mm), powder coated
Backwall: MDF (8 mm), lacquered
Shelves: birch multiplex (16 mm) with oak veneer, lacquered
Cabinet elements: MDF (16 mm) open-pored black lacquered (RAL 9005) or oak veneer, colourless lacquered
|Variants||More options in the configurator
Many other shelf elements and combination options are available on request
|Function & Properties||Elements can be individually configured|
|Delivery includes||Wall bracket included in delivery|
|Assembly||For safety reasons shelf must be mounted on the wall|
|Care||For cleaning a damp cloth and a mild detergent are recommended|
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What does the abbreviation DHS mean?
The abbreviation DHS stands for "Diplomarchitekt Hirche Stuttgart"