Amazing growing bookshelf by Dutch designer Reinier de Jong

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By Annie Churdar in New Design on Wednesday 6 March 2013

Say hello to the solution to all your book collection growth pains. Cleverly designed by Dutch designer Reinier de Jong, this bookshelf expands as your collection does. Function meets modern beauty in this gorgeous piece. Never run out of shelf space again! It’s time to take control of your clutter. This bookshelf helps you turn your boxes of books into something stylish. Finally, […]

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Secret Elevator Bookshelf by Machine Project

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By Jeremy Fall in New Design on Tuesday 13 November 2012

This is by far the coolest bookshelf that I’ve ever seen. Machine Project has found a way to solve the problem of having furniture invade too much space by making it retract in to the ground. Aside from the cool aesthetics and fun factor of being able to pull your bookshelves up and down at will, this thought process can be reapplied to many items that take up too much unnecessary space. Foldable dishwashers, anyone?

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This optical illusion will actually hold up your books

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By Low Lai Chow in Tech on Saturday 8 September 2012

We are quite the stickler for badass optical illusions. The Bias of Thought book shelf designed by ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects’ John Leung is a pretty cool product that looks incredibly flat, but then it can perplexingly display a fair number of books and such on it. What does that mean? We’re sold.

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800gr Stackable Bookshelf by Dany Gilles

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By Anastasia Gerali in New Products on Thursday 25 November 2010

The 800gr Bookshelf by French designer Dany Gilles is made from stackable cardboard cases. Not surprisingly, it’s very light and modular.

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X marks the spot

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By Anastasia Gerali in New Products on Thursday 11 November 2010

This made-to-order ‘X’ bookshelf by Ais Design Studio can be wall mounted or rested on the floor. Designer Andreas Achniotis Perales often uses his trademark X in interior projects, either as a product or as an applied print.

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