The identity of the bookcase Etan is derived from traditional Verzelloni’s appearance as a calm and non-obtrusive brand, but with a contemporary production and assembly methods. Made from high-quality solid oak, Etan is a statics experiment of material features and interrelation of structural parts - when assembled they create a solid structure that doesn't need reinforcement rods usually used between verticals of the bookcase by its depth. To achieve that, a special way of wood-joining for the horizontal shelves was used - deformations of solid wood over time are reduced to a minimum. Verticals are positioned at an angle, mirrored by the depth and have wooden bearers on themselves as a connection to horizontal shelves. The resulting structure is flat-pack yet solid when assembled. As the bookcase is open on its sides, a freestanding solid marble bookends are used to hold a pile of books. Etan comes in two sizes and can be used as a standalone shelf or arranged in a row of few, against the wall or freestanding as a room divider.