Transitory Bookshelf

by Robert Stadler
Transitory Bookshelf Robert Stadler

Paris-based designer Robert Stadler has created this simple bookshelf called “Transitory bookshelf” which helps you to separate the books you have finished reading from the ones you have not read yet. Made from an aluminium composite called Alupanel®, the bookshelf combines two inclined platforms like W. The “read!” section reminds you to take some time to read the books stored in it and the “read.” section holds the books you have recently read. The bookshelf was presented at “Unlimited” show at Galleria Nilufar during the Milan Furniture Fair 2012.

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