An original design furniture inspired by the old books. Materials: wood. Top finishings: walnut wood. Dimensions: w 19.7" x d 35.46" x 59.10" h - w 500 x d 900 x h 1500 mm Fabio Vinella
Wednesday, 26 September 2012
Can be moved and recomposed without limit to host or to classify books, plants and objects. The bookshelf is composed of two types of modules, they fit together in all directions. Modules can also pile up vertically, giving to user the ability to carry his Bookcase without emptying it. The wheeled platform allows the set to move freely in space.
Monday, 24 September 2012
A river of books overflowing into the physical pedestrian spaces and installed in the space allocated to cars, stealing precious space to the dense traffic in the area, in a symbolic gesture in which literature took control of the streets and became the conquerer of the public space, offering the citizens, a space (not as big as we would have liked) in which the traffic withdrew yielding ground to the modest power of the written word. luzinterruptus
Image: Gustavo Sanabria.
Friday, 21 September 2012
Hernando Guanlao, known by his nickname Nanie, has set up an informal library outside his home in central Manila, to encourage his local community to share his joy of reading. The idea is simple. Readers can take as many books as they want, for as long as they want - even permanently. As Guanlao says: "The only rule is that there are no rules."
Thursday, 20 September 2012
Wednesday, 19 September 2012
A wall-mounted cluster of squares and rectangles that provide space for books of various heights. This cabinet is suitable for shallow books, like poetry and literature. The shelves pictured are made from lacquered black MDF, but they can also be made with other woods and in other sizes. Dimensions example H 96 x W 116 x D 18 cm
Gerard de Hoop
Wednesday, 12 September 2012
‘Cross-Ropes’ is a storage function with an expression mix of a hard and soft, using locally grown natural materials - ash wood and linen rope. One rope is pulled all over the corpus and a tightening mechanism at the bottom of the furniture makes it possible to retighten the ropes over time.
Tuesday, 11 September 2012
Sharing your shelf is sharing yourself – showcasing the building blocks that have crafted your knowledge, personality, and identity. While the internet has long valued the voyeurism in sharing and viewing photos of beautiful books as objects, grand libraries as cathedrals of intellect, and bookshelves as marvels of design, I created ShareYourShelf.tumblr.com as a way to attach individuality and ownership to these previously anonymous assortments of titles. I also don't have enough time to visit everyone's living room, but that doesn't leave me any less curious as to the books there.
Peter Knox, The Guardian
Monday, 10 September 2012
Tuesday, 4 September 2012
"I’m very interested in surrounding myself with the stuff that inspires me. I’m an artist who gets a lot from things, and in that way I’m very much a sculptor. I really love the world of stuff. I know a lot of artists who prefer to have very Spartan lives. Their inspiration is very much in their heads. They like clean, white, empty New York kinds of spaces. But I really like the surprising juxtapositions when you put things together on the bookshelf and when you start to collect things."