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UnWaste Rotating Library Bookcase

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Jul 20, 2012

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The UnWaste Revolving Bookcase is one of those great concepts that explains itself quite nicely just by the name.

Essentially this unit is a bookcase that spins on an axis, allowing you to access the contents from multiple rooms in the home. The UnWaste Revolving Bookcase was designed by the trio that includes architect Ben Milbourne, eco-designer Leyla Acaraglou, and furniture designer David Waterworth. The eco-friendly device was manufactured from reclaimed plywood that was tossed out from construction site hoardings. The designers used this raw edge, tying the elements of graffiti, weathering, and mismatched paint patterns into the overall design.

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