The Piano Shelf, as the name suggests, is a structure made of rows of wooden keys, like the keys of the piano, that can be mounted on the wall. Initially, the wooden keys are wall bonded, arranged in a descending order, the piano keys forms a shelf. The Piano Shelf project belongs to designer Sebastian Errazuriz and it was originally conceived in 1997, the prototype was introduced much later, in 2007, in Basel. Handcrafted of quality wood, The Piano Shelf has required hard work, because each piece of wood had to be adjusted in order to bring all keys at the same level.
This special shelf is a limited edition piece being individually numbered and signed by the designer. The Piano Shelf is manufactured exclusively on demand in three different sizes and in three colors: black, white and the natural color of the wood. Although it is older, this piece remains an eloquent example of creativity that is always identified in the signature of Sebastian Errazuriz.