Thursday 9 February 2012

A Bookshelf

In nearly every household they are to be found – old books not read for quite a long time. books are mostly presented in a shelf like trophies or remembrances although they probably will never be read again. This book shelf offers for these books which became precious just a new presence and aditional function in the special "shelf architecture". A quite arbitrary number of shelf boxes in different heights, cutting and turning round each, are forming this shelf. Every crate is oriented in its height and depth on a pair of books and forms an individual frame for it. Put into grooves, with an extended lid each, the books are forming small hinged storage spaces in the shelf.
Miriam Aust

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