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12 Clever Modern Bathroom Shower Ideas

Modern bathroom ideas is a very popular style and can combine geometric shapes, flowing fixtures, furniture and countertops. High quality materials with natural and synthetic materials are the calling cards of a modern bathroom.

But when it comes to clever modern bathroom shower ideas, certain materials are best for this ‘modern’ look like wood, stone, slate, glass and ceramic. Today we’ll be looking at 12 Clever Modern Bathroom Shower Ideas that really depict this style.

One important factor about modern bathroom styling is the color scheme. Colors like white, black and greys are often best, simple color schemes can sometimes lack visual appeal, so to increase the feel often distinctive patterns and/or wall paintings or wall art in used.

Modern Bathroom Shower Designs

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25 Inspirational Modern Bedroom Ideas

Sleeping at night is an essential part of our lives, so why not make the bedroom a cozy and stylish decor! From enormous master bedrooms to one-room apartments, we are going to show you 10 Inspirational Modern Bedroom Ideas!

Modern bedroom designs are applied with architectural decors like concrete walls, elegant shelving, wooden floors and clean and stylish accessories. These expensive looking bedrooms contain beautiful color schemes filled with bright colors set against darker tones. Packed with stylish rugs, beds, artwork and sophisticated furniture, shelving and vases.

Monochromatic colors are usually the foundation of modern bedrooms, the saying “less is more” is certainly true in this case of Modern Bedroom Designs. If you’re looking to modernize your bedroom, these inspiration designs should inspire you! Remember not to clutter your room with too many accessories or furniture.

These 25 Inspirational Modern Bedroom Ideas not only offer a beautiful and quiet space, they showcase a clean and vibrant look that will look perfect in any home!

25 Inspirational Modern Bedroom Ideas


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Brooklyn’s Old Clock Tower Transformed Into Penthouse

An iconic clock tower which stands a top One Main Street in New York was recently renovated and transformed in a million-dollar modern penthouse. Brooklyn’s Clock Tower is located in the trendy DUMBO (down under the Manhattan bridge overpass) neighborhood. Originally built by Cardboard manufacturers the building is part of an old industrial building and was transformed into a penthouse by David Walentas, the man behind the DUMBO project.

The magnificent building is approx. 6,813 square feet penthouse and showcases a 360 degree view of the city which overlooks the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhatten. The penthouse is a three story building and has 3 giant clocks installed in 14 foot high round windows in each wall.

The penthouse of the Clock Tower building entered the market in 2009 as the most expensive condo in Brooklyn, listed for $25 million – till then, the most expensive apartment on record had cost a mere $11 million. The realtors, however, have been unsuccessful in selling the Clock Tower penthouse, and it’s now down to $18 million. Have you got that amount of cash to spare? Most of us can only dream!

Website: corcoran.com

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30 Weird and Creative Stair Designs

When we  walk into a building with more than one floor, we never really give a second thought to the stairs. Let’s face it stairs aren’t the most exciting feature of a building, they’re usually pretty boring with their design and structure.

To help change your mind and how weird and creative stair designs can be, we’ve found these 30 unusual stairs which will open your eyes. A stairway, staircase, stairwell, flight of stairs, or simply stairs is a construction designed to bridge a large vertical distance by dividing it into smaller vertical distances, called steps. Stairs may be straight, round, or may consist of two or more straight pieces connected at angles.

Scroll down to see these 30 Weird and Creative Stair Designs, which one if your favourite? Comment below…

Floating Helical

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Hard to believe that this staircase does not seem to touch the ground. Amazing veneer work that flows down the balustrade and onto the soffit. Via Isay Weinfeld

Floating Disks

Creative Stair Designs

These oversized disks of concrete seem to float between levels. Via LA Times, photo by Allen J. Schaben

Triangular Treads

Creative Stair Designs

These triangular in profile treads give the stair a solid feel when viewed from behind and floating when looked side on. Via Archdaily

Dinosaur Ribs

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Biology inspired staircase situated in a South Korean medical centre via frameweb.

Tienda Centauro / AUM Arquitetos

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A very bright shiny staircase, reminiscent of Heatherwicks Longchamp NY staircase. Via plataformaarquitectura

Steel Stairs

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From Rowin Petersma, this divided staircase is made of expanded steel that lets the maximum amount of light shine through from the top floor of the apartment.

Deep Stairs

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These unusually deep stairs, and the 4-stories of house surrounding them, come with the rather large price tag of $38 million. The iconic NYC property, designed by Paul Rudolph, has seen many a famous person inside including Halston and Gunter Sachs, who were both previous owners.

Bizarre Stairs

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This small, uniquely shaped house calls for a small, uniquely shaped staircase and that’s just what Kyoto-based Alphaville Architects designed.

Stone Stairs

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Designed by Castroferro Arquitectos, these extra-wide stone stairs with wood treads on top match the floating wood stairs above, all with enough room to store books on the sides.

Multi Colored Textured Wood

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Italian company 14 Ora Italiana has a collection of wood grain porcelain tiles that were inspired by the works of Andy Warhol. The Uonuon line comes in fourteen colors that are featured on this colorful and fun staircase.

Understairs

“Coat storage is often an eyesore, but not with this understairs unit. The well-engineered sliding cupboard can use hooks or clothes rails according to preference.” (Designed by Deriba Furniture)

Sensualscaping Stairs

“The stair is a continuation and intensification of the simple graphic skirting board lines that trace their way through the house. As they turn the corner into the stair void, they expand like a genie released from a lamp, curling and separating and bifurcating from the wall to form the delicate edge of the stair treads, lifting into the air to rise as the veil of the balustrade.” (Designed by Atmos Studio)

Stairs

Staircase designed for a private residence in Stockholm, Sweden in 2006 by Gabriella Gustafson & Mattias Ståhlbom. (Designed by TAF arkitektkontor)

Flat F.M

These floating stairs link the living room to the private space reserved for the owner under the rooftops. (Designed by ecole)

Tree Stairs

Beautiful metal tree serves as a handrail. (Designed by Architetture del Ferro)

Spiral Staircase Slide

A super fun spiral staircase design with a slide for kids.(Designer: unknown)

The Rainbow House Stairs

“The Rainbow House is a magical oasis on a busy road filled with people and noise. When you step through its front door, you enter a parallel universe of fun, colour, movement and sensuality, leaving the ordinary world far behind.” (Designed by Ab Rogers)

Emmental Stairs

“The Emmental stairs was designed for a young creative family with an equisite design taste and an eye for details and their two children. They were just starting the refurbishment of their apartment and wanted interior stairs that would harmonize with the historic ambiance of the apartment and their aesthetic requirements, but also add an extra touch to their living space.” (Designed by Biljana Jovanović)

Blood Vessel Stairs

“The home may be a machine for living, but it’s also an mechanical extension of the body.” (Designed by DMVA Architecten)

Steel Stair Mesh at Villa La Roche

“French architecture firm archiplein designed Villa La Roche in Rochebaudin with a centerpiece staircase wrapped in an irregular steel mesh.” [1] (Designed by archiplein)

Barbie Shanghai Store

Spiral staircase enclosed by eight hundred Barbie dolls. (Designed by Slade Architecture)

M Lofts

“The alternate tread stair was designed to be a perfect union of functionality, structure and form. With regard to functionality, the stair is comfortable, safe to climb, and spatially efficient; the open sides of the stair provide ample and well-placed grip locations.” (Designed by nC2architecture)

New York University Stairs

“The complete interior renovation of the 1890 corner building at 5 Washington Place for the consolidation of the New York University Department of Philosophy organizes the new spaces around light and phenomenal properties of materials. A new stair shaft below a new skylight joins the 6-level building vertically with a shifting porosity of light and shadow that change seasonally. Prismatic film was installed on the south-facing stairwell windows which occasionally break the sunlight into a prismatic rainbow.” (Designed by Steven Holl Architects)

Bookcase Staircase

“Limited by space, we melded the idea of a staircase with our client’s desire for a library to form a ‘library staircase’ in which English oak stair treads and shelves are both completely lined with books.” (Designed by Levitate Architects)

Ribbon Staircase

“The concept of a delicate rippling ribbon was chosen in view of the exposed position of the staircase in the main living area of the house. The staircase is constructed from 10mm thick sheet metal. Pairs of adjoining steps connected with an oblique external side joist form a bracket anchored in the wall. Each of the brackets is constructed as a rigid frame. The higher steps bear mainly drawing forces, while pressure is transmitted through the lower steps.” (Designed by HSH Architects)

Godzilla Stairs

“The ambiguous spatial limits, along with the light streaming in through the hidden windows, lends the place a feeling of endlessness.” (Designed by Chae-Pereira Architects)

Stairs Made From Skateboard Decks

“This is a set of steps I made for our skateboard school. The aluminium beam is a solid billet of aluminium and the decks were custom made with concave only on one edge. You should see the look on our students faces when they make the treck to the basement.” (link)

Staircase in Northampton

Sculptural staircase with glass and timber details. (Designed by Philip Watts)

Loft F27

“The concept “Black or White“ is the underlying idea of a radical new design for an urban apartment in the north of Graz. Modern architecture has transformed a two-storey apartment built in the 1990s into a multi-functional loft serving as home and office. Whereas the owners see the apartment as the perfect fusion of functional and extravagant design, some visitors tend to regard it as too austere.” [2] (Designed by Schlosser und Partner)

Storage Stairs

Creative way to use space under your stairs.(Designer: unknown)

Staircase Slide Combo

“At the request of his children, London architect Alex Michaelis installed a slide next to the staircase in their new eco-friendly dream home.” [3] (Designed by Alex Michaelis)

National Olympic Commettee House

“This work represents the idea of dynamics in sport with the abstract compositions of the staircase and the reception table. The first object you encounter is the introverted desk with its never-ending fissure, and then you meet the extroverted staircase – like the open path to Olympus, where the summit meets its own reflection, inferring that striving never ends, that there is no limit to human achievement.” (Designed by Architects of Invention)

Extreme Staircase

Designed by Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann

Timber Stripes

“Great stair for the School of Arts comprised of laminated timber. Some of the timber strips have been painted adding extra dynamics.” (Designed by Tetrarc)

Spiral Staircase

“From above and below, the wood grain provides a contrasting and changing set of fine-grain textures set against the regular rhythms of the overall stair design.” [4] (Designed by Patrick Jouin)

Product Design

25 Fun and Cool Speaker Designs

When choosing the right Speakers you’ll want to consider price, quality and look. Home audio speakers are designed for quality and sometimes can go beyond the boundaries with design. In this collection we’ve found  25 Fun and Cool Speaker Designs which look unique and stylish. Some of these 25 Fun and Cool Speaker Designs are also for sale, take a look at the speaker designs below and see which one you’d love to own!

 

Beatpack

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Beatpack is a wireless portable speaker with airplay and bluetooth compatibility. It can be transformed into a shape of a lunch box which provides increased portability to the user, and keeps the drivers from external damage. The design concept is a compact and bold metal box packed with musical beats. (Designer: Jonghna Lee)

Computer Speakers Redesign

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(Designer: Adeel Raza)

Change the Record

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During a live performance to music, designer Paul Cocksedge and his team transformed old vinyl LPs into elegant vinyl speakers that amplify sound from smartphones through their shape alone – no need for wires or electricity. Old LPs gathering dust are given new life – and the music lives on! Visitors are encouraged to bring their own 12” record to see it transformed into a unique object. (Designer: Miguel Vaz)

2.1 Speaker System

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(Designer: Vuk Nemanja Zoraja)

Kef Q1

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As a project and to further satisfy my need to know the mechanics of something I deconstructed a KEF Speaker and its housing. I redesigned the Enclosure and it’s styling resulting in this concept. Personal Project. (Designer: Paul Mckenna)

Magic Spheres

In order to have a more enjoying music, make around space harmonious with your favorite music. (Designer: Morteza Faghihi)

Hangin/Bowlin

This is a simple speaker with three speaker elements in one 20 cm diameter ball or globe. It voices out in every direction so there is no need to try to direct it, thus visually it can be this simple. It can be either hanging from the ceiling or just standing on a table. The case could me just plastic mesh or covered with textured fabric. (Designer: Sanne Salovaara)

Hearring

Of course, these are not speakers, per se, but hey, they’re still technically a pair of little speakers. HEARRING’ is about taking the concept of ‘urban lifestyle’ to the next level. The crystal functions as the ‘call control button’, using the crystal clarity to represent the earphone status by different colors. (Designer: Kfir Schwalb Kfir)

Sound Garden

JVC created modular multi-directional speakers and subwoofer powered by an internal amplifier. It’s also made of totally renewable, sustainable materials as summarily represented by the cute little bonsai. (Designer: JVC)

Subsonic Chair

The Subsonic chair is like sitting on a rocket. 300 watts of pure bass will literally move you around the room with two subwoofers, two midrange, and two high end tweeters. Simply plug your game machine into the ports on the back of the chair, and hang on. (Designer: Greg Ball)

Leafbud

A little bud sometimes sprouts from a gap of stones or rocks. This is like a sound coming out from earphone hole connected to a cold machine like mp3 player or other music player. A bud split opens from a gap motived our design. You can set up on a flowerpot-shaped cradle and use it whenever you need it. Leafbud is made of flexible material. You can connect Leafbud to any music player that has earphone jack and enjoy your music through upside of leaf which is speaker hole. (Designers: Seungmin Jun + Jun Seungmin, Jeon Hwan Ju, Yang Soon Young, Kim Ji Soo, Jeong Song Eun, Son Won Ho)

Peas Speakers

Each pod holds 7 wireless bluetooth speakers. Only one possesses the one ring to rule them all because it controls global volume. Each sphere is powered by a lithium ion rechargeable via induction when placed in the pod. The system doesn’t do surround sound since it can’t separate channels, but it’s a good way to fill a large area with a mixed stereo track. (Designer: Lu Le)

Hendekagram

“Hendekagram” is an extension of earphones, it can be connected to various portable audio equipment such as an mp3 player, an ipod and a computer. (Designer: qed)

FlatSonic

It’s thin, it’s compact and really fills a room with sound. (Designer: Oliver Thiele)

Dreyfuss Special

The product takes its name from Henry Dreyfuss, fellow industrial designer, whose most enduring design is a series of phones which were used over the world for 50 years. (Designers: Lee & Kim)

Nautilus Speakers

The Bowers & Wilkins Nautilus is recognised worldwide as an outstanding loudspeaker which continues to shape the direction of the audio industry to this day. Much sought after by cognoscenti, it has been unashamedly designed with the serious audiophile in mind, not only because of its size and shape but also because of its active design – the crossover network is positioned between the pre and power amplifiers. (Designer: Bowers & Wilkins )

Orb Speaker

The speaker cones are attached to a spider-like structure which is invisible from the outside. (Designer: Pieter Maes)

Ferguson Speakers

With a high level of clarity, detail and dynamics, these precision moulded speakers were created for music connoisseurs. (Designer: Ferguson Hill)

Speak-Er

A speaker is a device that converts electrical energy into sound waves. It’s also someone who expresses in language. So if you combine those two definitions together to form some sort of iconic gesture to retain both aspects, you get the Speak-er. (Designer: Sherwood Forlee)

Moonlight Speakers

The polyethylene spheres can be used inside your living room or out on your deck to get the party mood going, streaming groovy tunes along with their energy-efficient LED light. (Designer: Moonlight USA)

Woofer Speakers

These woofers hold the midst between an addition to your sound system and your loyal 4 footed companion. They are engineered by a professional audio studio, and sound remarkably well. (Designer: Sander Mulder)

Pig Speakers

Japan’s I.D.E.A. has created a new set of free-standing speakers that resemble cute little pigs. Available in white, black, gold, or pink, the ceramic objects have a built in circular speaker in their bellies and an audio jack where the tail would have been to connect your ipod or mp3 player. (Designer: I.D.E.A.)

MegaPhone

A ceramic form, simple and organic in shape, is gently contoured and designed to amplify and optimize sound output. (Designer: en&is)

500 XL

Sometimes bigger IS really better, especially when it comes to sound. (Designer: Fred&Friends)

Soundhive

Hive is a simulated surround sound speaker system. As of now the market only has two options – either spread speakers around the room for the real experience or invest in a sound bar which usually consists of a long bar housing anywhere between 8-30 small speakers pointing in every direction for a simulated experience. (Designer: Oskar Daniel)

Product Design

25 Weird and Wonderful Wall Hook Designs

Let’s face it, wall hooks aren’t the most exciting feature, but you haven’t seen these 26 Weird and Wonderful Wall Hook Designs. Even the most common everyday object like Wall Hooks can be turned into some weird and creative. We’ve manually handpicked these cool wall hook designs, some are bizarre and strange while others are strong and would looks rather good in a trendy home.

Wall Hooks are basically used for one purpose, to hang up clothing or hats, if you’re having guests over why not hang there coat up in style! Wall Hooks are often the first item seen in a home or office, get some fresh ideas on this usually dull house feature!

 

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26 Weird and Wonderful Wall Hook Designs

Alpinist shaped hooks that climb the walls in your home carrying your belongings. (Designer: Rafael Fernandez)

Organize

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The super flexible ORGANIZE allows you to create your very own shelf. You can decide to make it oblong or square or whatever shape that fits you. Only your personal creativity is the limit. Just mount the hooks on the wall, and finish the flow with the felt. (Designer: Says Who)

Puppy Wall Hooks

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(Designer: Unknown)

Diving Man Wall Hooks

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(Designer: Unknown)

Gun Wall Hooks

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(Designer: Unknown)

Mr.P One Man Hang

Mr.P once again proves that his hook is strong enough to withstand anything. (link)

HANG

Probably inspired by Captain Obvious. (Designer: yoox)

Ninja Star Coat Hook

If you ever survive a ninja attack, make use of it . (link)

Regnah Hanger

Hanger for anyone with a crazy desire to hit a door or a wall with an axe. (link)

Office Clip Hook

Someone finally did it—improved an everyday paperclip. It’s 10 times bigger, stronger and more contemporary, too. A great catchall for your modern office, it’s made of heat-treated steel to hold coats, bags or files. (link)

Mountain Coat Range

Inspired by excess material from our cut sheets, the contrast of Walnut to the exposed interior of Certified Maple becomes the snow-capped mountain peaks of the Grand Tetons. A functional landscape for your home that leaves little impact on the actual frontier. The mountain range’s peaks enable you to hang four or more items. (Designer: BraveSpaceDesign)

Forget Me Not

“Forget-me-not” is a set of clothes-hooks, the petals bent so that articles can be hung from them. This is a product in the sphere of emotion, refinement, poetic beauty and harmony. As such, it can also be simply decorative and give rise to floral combinations. (Designer: Charlotte Lancelot)

“Here Hook”

Here’s the “Here Hook!” It’s an arrow, basically just pointing to the general area of itself. It’s a coat hook. It knows exactly where you’d be precisely in the area of cool if you want to hang up your jacket. Or hat! (Designer: Richard Shed)

En Suspend

Clocks deliver three useful items in one a mirror (stainless steel), wall clock, and hook. (Designer: diamantini & domeniconi)

Bird Hook

A ceramic hook in shape off a bird where you can expose your favorite accessories. (Designer: Jantze Brogård Asshoff)

Active Hanger

Mountain climbing posts you install on your walls, serve as both hooks for clothing, and a rock-climbing-esque wall in your house. (Designer: Ferran Lajara)

Dart Coat Hook

26 Weird and Wonderful Wall Hook Designs

Make a playful statement in your wall! Set of three Stainless steel darts with a special wall fixing. A unique hook for hanging your favorite hat or jacket. (Designer: Anthony Chrisp)

8-Bit Hanger

Mount to your wall, and then use to hang your non 8 bit stuff. (link)

Paint Brush Wall Hook

26 Weird and Wonderful Wall Hook Designs

This coat hook design is the result of a challenge to take an everyday object & remold, rebuild, & repurpose it to create an entirely new item while using as little additional material as possible. (Designer: Dominic Wilcox)

Fly

Little butterflies flying out of a magic hat. (Designed by Lamidea)

Raindrops

26 Weird and Wonderful Wall Hook Designs

Wooden raindrop wall hooks. (Designer: Jantze Brogård Asshoff)

“DROP” The Flowing Wall Coat Rack

DROP – a series of functional ornaments for walls and any other flat surfaces. It offers you an innovative and ideal possibility, to give naked walls a new look – with colourful and user-friendly hooks that seem to flow. (link)

Hang On

Hang On is an unpretentious and humorous coat rack that is accessible and easy to decode with its oblique expression. (Designer: Jade Barnes-Richardson)

Knife Hooks

Show your character by making your home look like a war zone. (Designer: tc studio)

High Tea Wall Hooks

An interesting way to use your old teapots. (Designer: coroflot)

Product Design

30 Awesome and Innovative Bookshelf Designs

Many of us grab books from shelves without even thinking of the Bookshelf Design it’s been sitting on. When walking to a room full of books most of us find that impressive, books contain worlds of knowledge and story telling. But sometimes Bookshelf Designs can take your attention over the books, if they’re designed with a unique and innovative way.

A bookcase, or bookshelf, is a piece of furniture, almost always with horizontal shelves, used to store books. It may be fitted with glass doors.  A bookcase consists of a unit including two or more shelves which may not all be used to contain books or other printed materials. Shelves may be fixed or adjustable to different positions in the case. In rooms entirely devoted to the storage of books they may be permanently fixed to the walls and/or floor.

In today’s post we’ll be looking at 30 Awesome and Innovative Bookshelf Designs, these bookshelf designs are very stylish with different ways of turning a usually boring concept into something new and exciting!

 

Chopped Tree Bookshelf

30 Awesome and Innovative Bookshelf Designs

Small bookshelf interpreting the moment when the tree trunk is cut and falls to the ground, transforms a structure that initially looks stiff and essential, in a flexible, mobile and lively piece of furniture composed of four elements that can be stacked and fixed to each others, or used individually.

Designer: Lenka Czereova

Bookshelf V03

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An innovative plywood bookshelf with a unique diagonal design.

Designer: Don’t DIY

Reading between the strings

30 Awesome and Innovative Bookshelf Designs

A bookshelf inspired by a guitar made of wood and formica

Designer: Paulina Gomez

Hex Bookshelf

30 Awesome and Innovative Bookshelf Designs

 

Designer: Gabriel Manraes

Bookshelf “Branchie”

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Branchie is a modular shelves system composed by rectangular elements consisting of multipurpose containers and book cases.

Designer: officinemultiplo

 

USA Bookshelf

Designer: Ron Arad

Between Lines

The work consists of laser cut stainless steel letter bands and then rubber coated in black. Each of the 2.7 meter letter bands can be coiled up to a small roll, unfolded and re-shaped to an infinite array of configurations. Without additional brackets the letter bands are simply screwed to the wall.

By: Wokmedia

Crash

Crash plays with the visual tension between chaos and order: the shape might be perceived as chaotic and out of angle, yet the construction is highly stabile.

Designer: Rainer Mutsch

Wave Shelving

Designer: Julien Vidame

Pulse Bookshelf

Designer: Måns Salomonsen

Movement Bookcase

Designer: Sungmin Hong

 Chaos Theory For Books

Designer: Kim Ji-hye

Second And a Half Dimension Shelves

Designer: Bjørn Jørund Blikstad

Hanging Books

Designer: Marianne van Ooi

When a Room Has No Rules

The shelf system consists of three parts that can be combined in different ways. The smallest part is only about 40cm high and the largest is one meter. They can be used as bookshelves, room dividers, art…anything you want them to be.

Designer: Andreas Hegert

Roll Up With a Good Book

Designer: Zhdanova Irina

The Line King

“Line” furniture system incorporates a work table, hanger, bookshelf, wine rack, CD rack, TV stand and lighting unit. The most important characteristic of “Line” is it being a no-break line.

Designer: Aykut Erol

Polar Bear Shelf

Designer: Ibride

Skateboard Shelf

Designer: unknown

Contrabass

Designer: unknown

Stairs

Designer: Levitate

Malus Communis

Designer: Defact Studio

Icelandic Tree

Designer: Maria Yasko

Books On Earthquakes

This is how Barbie’s House looks like after earthquake.. Designer: Smansk

Rill

Designer: Maria Yasko

Bee

Designer: Maria Yasko

Milky Waterfall

Designer: Maria Yasko and Igor Marisko

Bookwave Hanging Storage

Designer: Julien Vidame

Collapsing Bookshelf

Designer: Parsy Debon

Bookshelf With a Bench

Designer: Stanislav Katz