Monday, 8 August 2016
Friday, 5 August 2016
Thursday, 4 August 2016
For a private house in Muswell Hill, London.
"We were asked to convert the loft of a private house into a bedroom with a study, which was to include a large bookcase, whilst still keeping to a very tight budget. As the conversion required the creation of a new staircase to the loft, we designed a combined solution that incorporated the staircase and bookcase into a single element."
Wednesday, 3 August 2016
This bookshelf responds to a well-known dilemma: books pile up in our homes because we don’t have time to read them. Transitory Bookshelf combines two sloping platforms that help us to manage this problem: the "read!" section reminds us that we should take the time to read; the "read." section helps us to digest recently read books before they blend into our main bookshelf. Made of aluminium composite, this object is manufactured using a single-step digital cutting and engraving process. Once folded and glued, it is perfectly rigid.
Robert Stadler Studio
Tuesday, 2 August 2016
"The profiles of the buildings in big cities have been my source of inspiration. The breakdown of the volumes of the buildings has created a series of staggered floors which may contain several objects, creating a fascinating urban setting.The open side allows you to see the books collection, beyond the limits of narrow frontal view"
Monday, 1 August 2016
A new interpretation of traditional revolving bookcases. Folkform believe, that in this time of increased digitalisation of texts, the book as a physical object will become increasingly desirable and that the reader will prefer a smaller number of well chosen volumes housed in a beautiful piece of furniture to a large number of books in a wall-to-wall bookcase.