One of my things that can make me happy is seeing a really good bookcase. The reason is because I love books so much that I almost fill up the wall in my room with bookcases. The bookcases below are very unique and creatively made.
If you thought the fiction of Jules Verne and H.G. Wells was creative, wait till you see the bookcases top designers have come up with on which to store such notable classics. These days, it’s unique design and out-of-the-box thinking that drives the creation of shelves where you can store and display your most prized literature.
The bookcase CAVE by Sakura Adachi
The bookcase CAVE is a special and creative Cave bookcase designed for urban people, for urban life. This shelving unit have a integrated nook for reading. Great idea no? This creative idea is ideal for small places, places of urban life, because the nook for reading will save space used by a chair. The Books can be stored on both sides. The bookcase CAVE can also functions as a partition of a room.
Storyline Shelf by Frederik Roije
Take for example the Storyline Shelf by Frederik Roije. This is the first bookcase ever designed off of the pattern, created by the soundwave, resulting in the utterance of the word “bliss.” Looking at it, it’s obvious, right? Actually some people say when mounted horizontally, it looks just like the Manhattan skyline – perfect for holding your copy of John Dos Passos’ Manhattan Transfer.
Kanji bookcase by Sammy Engramer
The Kanji bookcase is an original book shelf created in the mold of a kanji Chinese character. Designed by Sammy Engramer, its Far East sensibility and black finish give it a stark and appealing look. With its geometric shape and space efficient design, it’s perfect for a bedroom or small home office. This shelf screams out for William Overgard’s Shanghai Tango.
Elastico Bookcase by Arianna Vivenzio
Need some flexibility in your life? Check out the Elastico Bookcase by designer Arianna Vivenzio, sporting one strong piece of “elastomeric” material stretched around two strong metallic elements fastened to the wall. With a minimalist, durable shelf like this, you’ll be able to hold everything from The Canterbury Tales Cliffs Notes to Tolstoy’s War & Peace.