Oak Venetian bookcase from the 16th century inspired by the style of that era, a reproduction of an original piece from the furnishings of a Palladian villa in the Padua area. It features a composition with a heavily molded architrave enriched with oak burl, intersecting with the Corinthian capital in three parts and creating a dynamic architectural movement on different planes. The three highly distinctive pilasters support the upper entablature, enclose four BNA glass doors, and rest on a base that houses two drawers with oak burl paneling. The molded plinth at the base characterizes the architectural furniture of the period. The interior made of lime and oak consists of three shelves.
Discover the grandeur of the Oak Venetian Library, a work of art signed by the characteristic furnishing of the 16th century, reflected in the interiors of a Palladian villa in Padua. The composition, animated by a molded architrave embellished with oak burl, culminates in a Corinthian capital, enriching the furniture's architecture on multiple levels.
Characterized by three pilasters supporting the upper entablature, the library features four BNA glass doors enclosed, positioned on a base that houses two drawers with an oak burl panel. This element rests on a molded plinth, a distinctive feature of the period furniture.
The interiors, made of lime wood and oak, offer generosity with their three shelves, ensuring functionality and elegance.
Every Faber finish is totally customizable. In this section only a part of the precious finishes by Faber Mobili is presented. The colors in the images are purely indicative.