Monday, 15 January 2018

Irkel bookcase

Cylinders with square compartments. Made of white, red or anthracite macroter lacquered wood.
IK/1: 104 x 34 x h.156 cm
IK/2: 156 x 34 x h.208 cm

Lloyd Schwan for Cappellini

Friday, 12 January 2018

Étagère de coin - corner bookshelf

Between furniture and microarchitecture, this Corner Shelf emphasises the corner, a significant space in the house (a meeting between two planes, a boundary). Objects can be hidden or shown according to their place in the shelf. The one stepladder enables a quick and easy access to skim through a book.
Painted wood - 75 x 90 x 210 cm.
Studio Dessuant Bone

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Blio bookcase

A modular bookcase that combines the minimal nature of the colour white with a basic and relaxing feel of a library. The Blio is an arrangement of modular elements with different widths and depths, creating a large amount of surface and storage space whilst maintaining accessibility. The compartments of the library can be opened laterally, aided particularly by the front doors that open and close without a handle thanks to the push-pull system.

Thursday, 21 December 2017

Cloud shelf

The wire ironwork is industrial by nature, yet the cloud design keeps a whimsical touch. Two shelves and seven compartments provide amble space for stationary or books.
  • H.54cm
  • W.66cm
  • D.18cm
Graham & Green

Monday, 18 December 2017

Bookshop for mice in Sweden

A small bookshop for mice. More details here (in Swedish)  and here (in English).

Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Improbable Libraries on sale for Christmas

Monday, 11 December 2017

Italic bookshelf

The shelf is very stable and strong as each part is locked by its own position and weight in a structure I developed and named “Controlled Collapse”. Basically, when the shelf is built high, it doesn't loose its strength or stability. Its name “Italic” is derived from the italic typefaces that slightly slant. It has endless arrangement possibilities and has a unique sculptural presence that comes from the direction of the spacers and the fact that the shelves are not aligned.
Ronen Kadushin