Endless Plastic Porro is a library created by Porro for the first time in 1996, designed by the famous designer Werner Aisslinger. Endless Plastic, already in his name contains the spirit of creation and Porro is a modular system based on the assembly to form a cube-shaped plastic, almost indefinitely.
As mentioned above the walls of the assembled cubes, Are made of a plastic material, polymethyl methacrylate, intentionally slightly opaque, leaving some in light.
In this way, outside You can see the contents of the Library and thanks to the absence of a rear base closed, you can use Endless Plastic Porro, not only as a library, but also as booths, Perhaps to define two environments in a semi-permeable.
The cube modules are linked together with aluminum joints cast and allow maximum freedom of assembly, so as to change the size depending on the needs of those who choose to use this smart playlist in your home or workplace.
Porro presented in 2008 a new version of the product on the market back at last.