Tag Archives: bookshelves
Freshome has a droolworthy list of thirty creative bookshelf designs. Astute librarians may look at a few and say “but those are totally impractical!” and you’re right, they are. Bonus impractical: Instructable on building Tetris bookshelves.
A nifty architectural mashup of stairs and bookshelves, made all the more excellent by the vague but noticable color-affinities of the books that are shelved. [thanks lydia]
IN the days when furniture was defined as “that which may be carried about,” the natural bookcase was a chest with a strong lock. These chests, packed with precious manuscripts, followed the prince or noble from one castle to another, … Continue reading
Two snappy chairs. – reading and thinking (and putting your feet up) – reading and thinking and moving