The TarGetBooks Shelf Organizes Novels in Two Categories

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jan 30, 2012 • References: mebrureoral & design-milk
It can sometimes be hard to keep track of all the books a person has read and not read, but the TarGetBooks Shelf does the work for them. It is a typographical wall unit that separates books into two categories: "has been read" and "will be read." In addition to these labels, the TarGetBooks Shelf divides itself through the use of two levels that help keep the books organized properly.

Created by Istanbul-based designer Mebrure Oral, the TarGetBooks Shelf not only organizes book collections, it also acts as a reminder to pick up a new novel once in a while. As Oral puts it, "It shows you your target books all the time. You don’t need long books list anymore."

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