Adrien De Melo's Upside Down Library

By: Matt Ho - Published: Jan 11, 2011 • References: adriendemelo & mocoloco
It may not hold an entire library, but Adrien De Melo's Upside Down bookcase is certainly worth a look for the casual reader.

Adrien De Melo has designed a cubicle bookcase that's suspended on a ceiling. The transparency theme was De Melo's belief that books can be intimidating, but by making them visible, they become exposed and readily available. The Upside Down bookcase is certainly an interesting approach to the conventional shelves we're used to. Stats for Suspended Bookshelves Trending: Older & Warm
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