X3 Bays of White Ladderax Modular Shelving Unit

£1,295.00

INC. VAT @20%

Two bays of Ladderax modular shelving & storage designed by Robert Heal in 1964 for Staples of Cricklewood, London.

– Excellent original condition

The Ladderax System consists of five wooden upright ladders (in the rare white, factory finish) supporting shelves and cabinets.

These are fixed by resting on steel support rods, hooked on to the rungs of the ladders. They fit into grooves under the shelves and cabinets. This allows easily assembly and flexibility. Ladderax does not require any permanent fixing to a wall because it self-supports. 

This sale is for three bays. We have included five of the white ladders in this sale which enables the system to be configured as a two bay and single bay if desired.

This system consists of:
X1 Three drawer base unit
X1 Sliding wooden door cabinet (with glass shelf)
X2 Glazed display cabinets (with glass shelves)
X1 Drinks cabinet 
X1 Bureau cabinet 
X6 Standard shelves 
X5 White wooden ladders - can be configured as a two bay and single bay if desired
X24 Long metal hook supports rods
X10 fixings

In Excellent original condition, it has been superbly looked after by its original owner. The white ladders do have various marks as to be expected but these are barely noticeable once the system is up and in place.

This is a real piece of mid-century modern design at its very best with clear influence from the 'Danish School' of design.

Dimensions: 
Width of three bays: 278cm
Width of one bay: 94cm
Height: 201cm
Depth: 38cm

Three Drawer Unit:
Width: 89cm Height: 47cm Depth: 41cm
Sliding Wooden Door Cabinet:
Width: 89cm Height: 47cm Depth: 35cm
Glazed Cabinets:
Width: 89cm Height: 47cm Depth: 35cm
Drinks and Bureau Cabinets:
Width: 89cm Height: 40cm Depth: 35cm
Shelves:
Width: 89cm Depth: 35cm

A very desirable and collectable system, that would make a great addition to any mid-century modern inspired interior.

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