Wednesday, 27 February 2008

Salkım Bookhanger

"salkım” means “bunch” or “cluster” (as in grapes) in turkish. With the idea of using less material on book storage, conventional hook form and function is applied on a new line of products. Making a library, much lighter than the books it holds, possible. Pieces hooked on each other complete the whole with colors, weight balance and juxtaposition of the books within. Being hooked at a single point give the impression of “lightness” to otherwise “heavy” books/bookshelves. Even a faint circulation of air in the displayed space moves the clusters giving them a motion that emphasize the “lightness”. 2006 Blickfang Vienna, MAK (modern/contemporary arts museum) MAK Designshop award winner
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