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Entries in modern bookshelves (3)


Slice by Danish Design Studio Kibisi

What would a shelving system look like if playful customization was its main Objective ?

This question urged the Danish design studio KiBiSi to design SLICE – an architectural redefinition of the continuous bookshelf. The main feature of the system is a slice of plywood. In assembly the slices fit together for individual display, which allows for optimum flexibility of the system and makes it adaptable from small to x-large. SLICE is a result of crossbreeding elements and attributes from different disciplines in to a new design product made for every day use. in a simple way SLICE reflects natural resource scarcity: No expensive mould, a simple playful idea, rework and the back-to-basics attitude of plywood. 

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Piano of Kettnaker - Modular Shelf System

The line, the details: Piano or pianissimo, reserved and gentle. Or amabile, moderato, vivace: lovely, moderate or vivid.

Piano works like an all-round instrument. Piano realizes personal ideas. PIANO, the music instrument. “Piano!” means holding on: Wait a second! Piano also means floor and level, plan, layer and wing, silent and simple. Piano, pianissimo: The music plays very gently. PIANO, the plan.

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The Mondo Bookcase by Marcello Ziliani

The Mondo - Modern Bookcase by Marcello Ziliani

Characterized by its unusual forms and greatly sough-after, Mondo bookshel furnishes and customize both home and office space. The thin but durable structure, available in three versions: aluminium, wood and methacrylate, provides a sense of lightness and airiness.

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