Bookshelves are different. Other than just displaying books, a bookshelf can be used to decorate an interior. We offer a brief review of the most unusual shelves from leading designers.
There is a bookshelf designed such that the books seem to be in the air; the steel plates are mounted on the wall. Kkatz, a female designer, came up with the Shelf-pipe.
The original construction is painted in black and is quite appealing just as it is with no books on it.
A designer from South Korea, Chung Kuo, designed a book shelf that can be mounted on a wall in just as a mark in a bulletin.
The bookshelf is divided into two parts each signed Read (for the books they read) and To be read (for the books that they are to read next).
Fishbol, an agency, came up with the idea of a shelf-seat. The design has already received several awards for design exhibitions and has been recognized as one of the most successful recently.
In this design of a chair built in a bookshelf, the shelf is more spacious and the chair more comfortable.
When you look at this bookshelf, you get the impression that it is about to collapse on you. However, this Malagana design is very durable and can withstand a weight of up to 50 pounds.
The bookshelf that has an extension of a work area was created by the designers working under the MisoSoupDesign agency. The laminated wood design is compact and assumes a few variants of assembling.
The designer Tembolat Gugkaev came up with a book shelf that has lighting and is mounted on a wall.
This design looks like a normal bookcase but in fact, it has intricate puzzles; if you look at it closely, the design spells out Read your book case .
The Thinking bookshelf was created by the design studio, Dripta Roy.
The spacious apartments are suitable for letter placers. It s an original and spacious design.
The pursuit of knowledge should be eternal has been in scripted in the form of an infinity sign in the book shelf designed by Job Koelewijn.
The design is hardly a conventional bookshelf. It is a real home library that is circular in shape and is capable of holding 2.5 tons of books.
To find the volume, one needs to find the design center and start walking around from that point.
Kostas Sirtariotis designed a book shelf that looks like a tree.
This Winter Tree is a model of the Twenty-first bookshelf. It can lean against a wall or put in the center of a room.
The bookshelf Tangram, designed by Daniel Lago, mimics the dancing men. The composition can be independently thought of and the entire system is mobile.
The angular shelf from Martina Carpelan is laconic and simple; in our review, it does not deprive its place.
The Elastico bookshelf adapts to the size of books placed on it. Is designed by Arianna Vivenzio.
The Gemini book shelves symbolize the relations between Europe and the West. The shelf reminds one of a closet-compartment in that it hides the books from the wider public s eyes.
Frederick Roij came up with the minimalist bookshelf.
It is a simple wooden shelf when looked at for the first time but has a difficult system that consists of 6 flexible wooden boards. The shelving adapts itself to the size of books and is clamped on both sides by the square roofing timbers from the stainless steel.
The bookshelf designed in the form of coffee cups was created by the promising designer, Scott Bekvella. The different cell sizes divide the books in the large to small format.