Monday, 25 February 2008

Spiral shelving

The bookcase is designed to hold books in a
sculptural yet functional way. It is composed of sections held together by keys. As these sections are put together the shelving is seen to continue in one flowing movement and the height of the piece can be determined by the amount of sections used.
The whole unit is constructed on a revolving base, so that the case can be rotated in either direction giving easy access to the books displayed. The books are held in position by spacers, which snap onto the inside edge of the shelving.
Charlotte Friis
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