The oak library designed by Josef Gočár between 1912-1913 is made mostly of solid oak and partly of veneered material. Its proportions and details are in perfect harmony. The chamber size makes it easy to use in various kinds of interiors. The original bookcase is the property of the Museum in Hradec Králové. The shade of staining is optional.
Wood with finish: ash, oak, cherry, walnut, mahogany...
Josef Gočár (1880 – 1945) occupies a leading position in the history of Czech architecture in the first half of the 20th century. He belongs to a strong generation of architects born at the end of the 19th century, for whom it is characteristic that they managed to change several architectural styles during their lives. The focus of Gočár's work was undoubtedly cubism, national style and later functionalism.