Friday, 27 November 2009


Bookrest is a practical and colorful spot in every room! It gives your book a new and graphical expression while hanging and has a small hook for reading glasses. Made in lacquered steel. Dimensions: Height 4 cm, depth 24 cm.
Lars Nilsson

Thursday, 26 November 2009


Elk boek z’n eigen plek, liggend of staand in één van de vele vakken. Maar ook een vaas voelt zich thuis in dit praktische en veelzijdige ‘boekenhuis’ van Samuel Chang. Leverbaar in verschillende formaten, in matzwart gelakt of naturel.

Wednesday, 25 November 2009


'library' is a furniture piece designed for modern living. integrating a seat intended for reading with a bookcase, it's a product of an investigation into personal space combined with a love of books.
Guy Eddington

Tuesday, 24 November 2009


Composite shell injected polyurethane foam with metal legs (either crome or soft touch paint)
w 175 cm; 69"
h 160cm/95cm; 63"/37"
d 30 cm ; 12"
Colors: white, black, green, purple, navy blue, dark brown, red, turquoise, sand
GAEA Forms

Monday, 23 November 2009


The furniture can serve as shelving, a resting platform, display or even as a seat. It can act as a suspended wall unit, an open bookcase against the wall, or it can be used as a dividing wall to separate the spaces in a room or other environments, thanks to the innovative possibility whereby it can be anchored or suspended from the ceiling.
Caporaso Design

Thursday, 19 November 2009


Keep your books in order with this minimalist approach to an angled bookshelf. This design relies on material properties and gravity to keep your books stacked nice and neat instead of using book ends.
Jillian Davis

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Thomas Jefferson's Monticello® Revolving Bookstand

Among the many ingenious devices found in Jefferson's Cabinet, this one perhaps most clearly suggests Jefferson's passion for knowledge. One can imagine him turning the stand, completely engrossed, consulting five books at once to find the answer to a burning question. Our bookstand is a line-by-line reproduction of the original, which was made in the joinery at Monticello, probably from Jefferson's own design. It's great for cross-checking information from several sources or just keeping reference books and current reading handy. Made of solid mahogany with a soft, hand-polished finish, the rotating stand holds five books at adjustable angles on rests that fold down to form a 12" cube.

You can spin the original one by clicking here.Monticello and here

Friday, 13 November 2009

Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Book Sconce

The studio favorite, the book sconce shows off those favorite books that get lost in the stacks. Made of hot worked and powder coated steel, the mounting cleat hides nicely behind the displayed book. Cleat and screws included. 7 x 6 x 6 inches
Iron Design Company

Tuesday, 10 November 2009


Modular book-case in trasparent and painted curved glass, 12 mm thick. Standard colours green PMS 379C, Pink PMS 1895C, metal brown PMS 8021C. Protective hardware in stainless steel and silicone rubber. Leg in brushed polished aluminium.

Monday, 9 November 2009


Beyond being a multiple-use object Scalo – like many of us – has two souls. Normally it is a wooden monolith, lacking handles or other external protrusions. Only two side openings allow to catch a glimpse of a colourful inner world. Those who see it from this point of view can use it as a sidetable or a stool. To access its other soul one only has to remove from its side a stainless steel lock. This will allow Scalo to open, to rotate and to become a new form, revealing its hidden identity that gives it its name: a small colourful library step ladder (scala) that doubles as a small bookcase. Like a magic key that opens up new uses, the stainless steel lock, once re-inserted in the back of the object, will set it in the open configuration and allow it to be moved around. Beoc and cerruti baleri chose a traditional manufacturing technology to make it precious, with a noble structure of bent plywood that reveals itself on the edges of the internal panels and steps. Scalo’s introverted nature - it doesn’t reveal any hinges or other mechanical component when it is closed - makes it a simple and yet sophisticated character.

Cerruti Baleri

Friday, 6 November 2009


Dit is Catcher, een multifunctionele en innovatieve boekenkast. Catcher wordt zoals jij hem hebben wilt. Of je nu de hoogte, breedte of de lengte in wilt gaan. Catcher kan aangepast worden aan iedere leefruimte. Catcher is geen reguliere boekenkast. Catcher bestaat voor 90% uit stof. Door een heel simpel ophangsysteem hang je hem tegen elke wand. Creëer met Catcher een sierraad aan de muur, creëer een echte eyecatcher.
Rosalie de Boer

Thursday, 5 November 2009


The book as bearer of the cross, in religion. The cross as bearer of the book.

Casimir Meubelen

Wednesday, 4 November 2009


Yamakoya is a shelf-like mountain for a library. It also makes 4 different small spaces where kids enjoy staying.

Monday, 2 November 2009

Deep bookshelf rack

Deep bookshelf rack with added handy 3" accessory shelf for spices or utensils.