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House Bookends - Set of 3

$110 Non-Member
$88 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
MoMA Exclusive Online Only

House Bookends - Set of 3

$110 Non-Member
$88 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Wood

Size:  Set of 3

Item# 15467-157287 In Stock
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MoMA Exclusive: Create a functional cityscape in your home with this set of three house-shaped bookends by Masuda Kiribako, a Japanese brand founded in 1929. The set is composed of two small houses and one large one, that can be used for storing books or other objects inside of it. The House Bookends are made from paulownia, a wood that is antibacterial, insect-repellent and mildew-proof. The large house measures 16.5h x 7w x 9.5"d while each small house measures 10.25h x 3.15w x 7.5"d.

  • Designer
    Ken-ichi Kojima
  • Size
    Big: 16.55h x 7w x 9.45"d
    Small: 10.25h x 3.15w x 7.5"d
  • Material
    Paulownia wood , Steel
  • Origin
    Japan
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Why We Chose This
These House Bookends are made from the wood of paulownia trees, which are native to Japan and Korea. Because of its antibacterial, insect-repellent, mildew-proof and warp-resistant properties, paulownia is an excellent wood choice for these bookends, ensuring that they'll have a long life in your home. Paulownia is also used in the production of a variety of objects, including chests, the soundboards of Asian stringed musical instruments, electric guitars, and the cores of touring skis and surfboards.

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