1960s REFF Teak Shelf Shelves Room Divider
A superb set of free standing mid-century modern teak shelves, designed and manufactured in 1960s Canada. This ingenious system was developed by the Dreschel brothers (Robert, Eric, Frank and Fred R.E.F.F.) The quality of the material is remarkable, as is the engineering. The shelves are sprung loaded between the floor and ceiling so can be used as a room divider. Each shelf attaches to the uprights in four places. This acts to not only "square" the unit but adds significant strength. The shelves are infinitely adjustable in one inch increments along the 8 to 9 foot height. Reff's talent for design and manufacture eventually came to the attention of Knoll and Knoll purchased the company in 1989.
In good pre-owned condition.
For 8 to 9 foot ceiling heights.