The Bookspile Bookshelf Features Quirky Configurations

By: Christina Butty - Published:   Updated: May 31 2011 • References: andriuspocius and dezeen
Cleverly, this bookshelf by Andrius Poscius is made from pieces that look like books titled Bookspile. This furniture piece was created to resemble an oddly stacked pile of books.

The Bookspile has components available in two different widths and three different heights, so it can be put together in a myriad of configurations.

Furthermore, the Bookspile is freestanding and does not require permanent fixings.

Implications - Products that have the ability to change their shape and be used in different ways are great for people who like variety. Items that can be reconfigured give people a chance to feel like they have something brand new. Businesses that create items that can be used in different ways allow people to find value in their item and save them money.