Riva 1920 Freedom

Project 4 Bookcase

Walnut Oiled

£7199 £6479
Ready to deliver in 11 Weeks

Crafted from solid wood, this stunning bookcase from Riva 1920 gives you the freedom to compose your own ideal bookcase. Featuring over 30 independent units in an array of shapes and sizes that you can alternatively stack, this unit provides endless designs and possibilities for future use.
From the traditional tall bookcase to a wide entertainment unit or even a room divider, with so many options available you're sure to find the perfect spot for the Project 4 within your home.

Dimensions: W152 x D38 x H228cm
Large square unit: W38 x D38 x H38cm
Small rectangle unit: W38 x D30 x H18.8cm
Frame: Solid Hardwood, Walnut
Finish: Base oil/natural wax of vegetable origin with pine extracts

Ready to deliver in 11 Weeks.
We will then contact you to arrange delivery.

Delivery charge: £59

We deliver to UK Mainland only

*Please note: there are some out of area postcodes that may take us a little longer to reach. Contactless delivery is not available for all areas. If you’d like more information, please speak to our sales team on 0333 010 2352 or email us

Click and Collect: Order online and collect from one of our stores or warehouses. Read more about our safe and contactless collection services here

Returns Policy

We'll take away all of your packaging and for a small fee, we will gladly take away your old furniture (3 items maximum).
Simply add the recycling option to your basket at the checkout.
*Please ensure all items are dismantled before your delivery and recycling takes place*
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