A bookcase where also big volumes have a place. Uprights and shelves made from MD wood fibreboards, goffered lacquer in white or black. Back of white melamine - coated (thickness 10 mm). By flanking more units, you can create large-sized configurations. Adjustable feet to 15 mm. Ready for wall mounting.
Monday, 31 August 2009
Friday, 28 August 2009
Plywood, various wood veneer. A display shelf incessantly displays itself without the participation of decorative objects. With a composition of four independent shelf units of proportionately diminishing sizes, each unit suggests a distinctive content by describing its own space and may be repositioned to create varying configurations.
Thursday, 27 August 2009
Life is a chaos. So is our bookshelf. We didn’t think outside of the box. We just thought many boxes. You add your playful creativity and the result is a one of a kind. Think of Varvis as a rebel among bookshelves. Conformity is for cowards. Varvis dares to be different and will recreate itself over time. Challenge your creativity! With a metallic frame, Varvis stands firmly on the ground. It’s the four wooden modules, all different in sizes, shapes and colors, that challenge your creativity. Varvis eagerly lets you build and create. Again, again and again… The idea is that, out of these modules, you can create your own unique bookshelf according to personal taste and preferences. This is Lego for big boys and girls! MATERIAL : MDF and metal
Gylldorff & Svalin
Wednesday, 26 August 2009
Inspired by the barcode, BarDeco is a contempory and unique set of products designed for everyday use within the home, restaurants/bars and cafes. Made from powder coated steel and solid oak, the collection includes a lampshade in two different sizes, a coat hanger and a book case. The unique design of the book case enables you to stand your books upright as well as laying them down flat. Magazines also fit very well in the larger areas.
Tuesday, 25 August 2009
Monday, 24 August 2009
Friday, 7 August 2009
Thursday, 6 August 2009
A new architectural installation commissioned for the first anniversary of the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF) in Sydney creates a spectacular space for displaying catalogues and other publications. Designed by LAVA changing lights and effects will adapt and grow in response to each new gallery project creating an ephemeral and surreal experienceLAVA
Wednesday, 5 August 2009
Tuesday, 4 August 2009
Monday, 3 August 2009
Biblioteq is a Cape Town art bookstore which recently relocated from Kloof Street to the Loading Bay near the Cape Quarter. To draw awareness to the move - the folk over at frank wonderment, Lowe Bull’s design company, created this interesting bookshelf. The agency designed and created a square font that, when enlarged and constructed, spells out Biblioteq. Can you see it big boy? Look real careful. Yeeeeeesssssssss. Love the inclusion of the AK-47. Always comes in handy during home time in Claremont or on shopping trips to Canal Walk it seems
Designer: Simone Michelle Rayner
Photography: reneé frouws