Tomado Modular Shelving System – Mondrian
Clean lines and refined simplicity combine to create the perfect modular shelving unit.
Tomado was established in 1923 by Dutch brothers Jan and Wim Van der Togt in the small town of Dordrecht. The company initially specialised in producing copper hooks and other simple home wares. By the mid 20th century Tomado had grown to become one of Holland's leading producers of innovative products for the modern home.
The Tomado Shelving System was designed by Adriaan Dekker and put into production in 1958. It was born through the humble desire to create a functional object that was elegant, affordable and modular. The design quickly became an icon of Dutch progress and has since found a coveted place in homes and hearts throughout the world.
NOTE: One set comes complete with 3 shelves and 2 struts. These can be made into modular arrangements as pictured using more than one set.
We also have this design in White, Black or Black & White.
This product is distributed in New Zealand and Australia by Mr. Bigglesworthy. Retail enquiries welcome.
New Production under licence
Materials: Beautifully crafted from lacquered steel
7.5kg per screw into Gib Board = 45kg max per unit
15kg per screw into stud = 90kg max per unit