The House of Wisdom was a library and translation center in Bagdad during the Abassid dynasty, between centuries IX and XII of the Christian Era. Considered the major intellectual center, during the Islamic Golden Age, has been destroyed in 1258 over the Mongol invasion – Siege of Baghdad. Some voices say that the water of the Tigris river turned black, because of the big quantity of ink originating of the books thrown to the river.
HIKMA was born from the tribute of the kingdom of open minds. It is an elegant library, with refined details in wood and glass. Alma de Luce offers an exclusive design which combines tradition with modernity for a dazzling and erudite interior.
Width: 145.52cm | 57.29’’
Depth: 48.40cm | 19.00’’
Height: 200cm | 78.74’’
Weight: 195 kg | 429.90lb’’
Numbered from 01 to 30.
Solid wood of dark Kambala in finish with gray tempered glass
Iron in Soft I Gold or Silver finishes
Available in regular, gray or bronze glass;
Personalization and bespoke by price adequacy.