Kazuya Morita Designs a Haven for Bookworms

By: Matt Ho - Published: Feb 10, 2011 • References: morita-arch & dezeen
I wish I lived in the Kazuya Morita's 'Shelf-Pod' because it'd mean that I'd never have to buy another shelf. The interior of this incredible home was designed for an owner who wanted a spot for his extensive book collection. Therefore, Morita decided to convert just about every wall of the abode into a shelf. The house provides maximum storage space without sacrificing the openness of the room.

This Kazuya Morita home executes the owner's concept brilliantly, featuring a gridded pattern that looks intricate and unique, especially with its wooden rustic look. Stats for Gridded Interior Abodes Trending: Older & Buzzing
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