Minimalist Shelf Uses Books As Pillars [Pics]

Minimalist Shelf Uses Books As Pillars [Pics]
Design & Architecture

Designer Chan Hwee Chong’s 'Minimal Bookshelf' has gaps at both ends for books to be slotted in.

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 august 2013

Designer Chan Hwee Chong’s ‘Minimal Bookshelf‘ is a simple and stylish storage solution for your books. The bookshelf, which is available in twenty different color combinations, has pre-cut grooves at both ends.

Minimalist Shelf Uses Its Own Books As Pillars And Bookends [Pics]

When you slot in two books of equal height, they act as bookends for the shelf. If your collection is too large to fit on one shelf, a second or third can be added, with the bookends doubling as pillars to support the shelves stacked on top. The shelf will be available for purchase soon.

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Minimal Bookshelf

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