Hash Bookshelf by Line Studio

Jan 19, 2015

Category: Living

Say what you will about reading on smartphones, tablets, and eReaders, but we still crave the old fashioned book. Heavy, thick, and with that musty old book smell that dominates libraries so much. Ah, libraries. They still around? Anyways, another reason to love physical books? Cool bookshelves like this one from Line Studio.

The Ukraine-based company worked with designer Max Voytenko to create the Hash striped bookshelf system, and the end result is both striking and somewhat mystifying, thanks to the cleverly-employed two levels of diagonal painted steel. Because the beams are configured to create a sturdy base, you can get creative with how you arrange your Moby Dick, War and Peace, and 101 Places to Get F*cked Up Before You Die. [Purchase]

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