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The Nautilus Bookshelf Goes from a Reading Den to a Room Divider

By: Michael Hines - Published: • References: nmusalonesatellite & yankodesign
Designer Alicia Bastian has designed a bookshelf perfect for those who just can't seem to find a quiet place to read at home. The Nautilus Boookshelf is a modular bookshelf that can be used either as a room divider or as a quiet reading cocoon.

The uniquely sloped and spiraled design of the Nautilus Bookshelf "represents the growth of the reader’s age as well as the knowledge the reader will obtain over time in their pursuit of lifelong learning," according to Bastian. Deep stuff right there.

The feature I like most about the Nautilus Bookshelf has to the fact that it can instantly go from being a cocoon of literacy to a room divider. I am all for multifunctional furniture, especially when it encourages reading. Check out the Nautilus Bookshelf here. Stats for Convertible Literacy Cocoons Trending: Older & Mild
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