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Literatura Light Shelving System
Punt & Vicent Martínez
Select a Literatura
LTL410: "A" Finish: $3,875
LTL410: "B" Finish: $4,175
LTL410: "C" Finish: $4,355
LTL410: "D" Finish: $4,650
LTL420: "A" Finish: $6,315
LTL420: "B" Finish: $6,850
LTL420: "C" Finish: $7,115
LTL420: "D" Finish: $7,645
LTL430: "A" Finish: $8,760
LTL430: "B" Finish: $9,520
LTL430: "C" Finish: $9,870
LTL430: "D" Finish: $10,630
LOM400 (Rolling Element): "A" Finish: $1,270
LOM400 (Rolling Element): "B" Finish: $1,345
LOM400 (Rolling Element): "C" Finish: $1,410
LOM400 (Rolling Element): "D" Finish: $1,485
LOC100 (Crosspiece): $180
$180 - $10,630
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With the Literatura Light variation, designer Vicent Martínez and Spanish maker Punt offer a cubbyhole option for their doubled-up storage system. The mobile front unit adds a grid arrangement of nooks to store photos, souvenirs and bric-a-brac while the shelves in the back section smartly accommodate a quantity of books, particularly coffee-table volumes. A design classic for more than 25 years, Literatura’s modular options are fully adaptable to smaller areas well as larger spaces.

  • LTL410: 74.5" h x 35.5" w x 21.5" d (189.5x90x54.5cm)
  • LTL420: 74.5" h x 70.75" w x 21.5" d (189.5x180x54.5cm)
  • LTL430: 74.5" h x 106.25" w x 21.5" d (189.5x270x54.5cm)
  • LOM400 (rolling element): 73.25" h x 17.75" w x 8.25" d (186x45x21cm)
  • LOC100 (crosspiece): 14" h x 16.75" w x 7.5" d (35.4x42.7x19.1cm)
  • "A" Finishes: super-matte oak or open pore white lacquered oak
  • "B" Finish: super-matte walnut
  • "C" Finishes: Ebony, Dark Grey, Purple Red, Dark Sand or Sienna Grey Stained Oak
  • "D" Finish: dark stained walnut
  • Crosspiece Finish: White, Black, Pure Red, Sand or Mustard Texturized Lacquer
  • Wheel Colors: White, Black or Silver
  • Guide Finishes: Black or Silver
  • E1 MDF fiberboard, oak or walnut veneer, polyamide casters
  • Branded box


Get the Punt? Founded in Valencia back in in 1980, the company name means “point.” The Punt (formally Puntmobles) credo philosophizes that “a point is the beginning of a line” and the Spain-based modernist furniture concern has indeed brought forth a long line of artful products in collaboration with designers such as Terence Woodgate, Odosdesign and Vincent Martinez. Along the way, the company has been recognized with numerous awards from the likes of Wallpaper magazine and others. “The points from Punt that go to make up our collection are practically infinite,” they say. “Many of these 'punts' are happy encounters, happy discoveries; others are still searches, seeking serendipity.”