Large Alba Bedside Shelf & Table by Woodendot
Alba is a versatile product that can be used as a wall shelf with hidden storage and as a bedside table with concealed storage. Alba means “sunrise” in Spanish, hence its name, since the two front pieces of the product simulate the sun and the moon reflecting in the water when a new day dawns.
Alba is basically composed of 3 flat pieces of Plywood and a metal bracket that is fixed on the wall. The arrangement of these pieces in the space gives the product the ability to hide objects behind the vertical pieces, since there is a separation between them. In the night table version (L), we have a back space, behind the bottom piece, which allows us to hide larger objects such as books, tablets, etc. Also, there is a hidden hole in the base that allows us to feed the cable to charge our devices.
Alba is fully customizable and you can configure more than 10,000 different options due to its multitude of shapes and finishes available. The bottom pieces are available in 4 different shapes and the front ones in two, but all of them together with the base of the table are available in 6 different finishes, ALL OF THEM combinable with each other. In addition, the product works both right and left, it’s the user who chooses the position before its easy setup.
*You may contact us for any customized orders
About the designer Daniel Garcia Sanchez
Graduate in Industrial Design at the University of Valladolid and a Master in Interior Design at the IED Madrid he have worked on studies for companies such as Estiluz, Repsol and Siemens. He lived in Mexico and England and currently reside in Madrid where he work collaborating with other studios and companies.
He wonders about a priori traditional materials, simple or boring can become a fundamental part of a new product providing them with a function, form or state different for those who had been conceived. Or facing materials with opposite properties to experience new sensations.
He likes to get involved in the production process on first hand, investigating and manipulating the materials that make up the final product.