Features & Specifications
Weight: frame – 2913 g | Book – 1013 g | In total – 3,926 kg
The Codex Wallbook and the CODEX frame are conveniently delivered to your home by post.
How do I create a CODEX Wallbook myself? We take care of the creation of your book, all we need is the photos you want.
Can I order a single book? Yes, the CODEX Wallbooks are produced from a quantity of 1.
Where is CODEX produced? CODEX is manufactured regionally. Bookbinding and frame production takes place in Freiburg, Germany.
How do I create a CODEX Wallbook myself? We take care of the creation of your book, all we need is the photo material you want.
The CODEX Wallbooks are produced locally in Freiburg. The special bookbinding is made by hand. no mass consumption
A codex (plural codes) is a bound stack of sheets of wood, wax, papyrus, or parchment. The earlier civilizations in Egypt and Greece used plates for inscription to archive historical documents. In Roman times, parchment and papyrus were used as materials for codes. Sheets of parchment and papyrus can now be written on with ink, sealed with wax, are more compact and therefore also better suited for transport.
The code is considered the early form of today's book. With the invention of letterpress printing and the industrial manufacture of paper, the code became a mere marginal phenomenon in the world of printed media. But the new, innovative CODEX Wallbooks convince with their special production. The 2mm thick rigid foam panels can be digitally printed, have brilliant color rendering, are weatherproof and can be wiped off. In combination with the associated frame, the Wallbooks can be placed anywhere - the frame can either be attached to the wall or set up as a table display.