The 'Small bookshelf" by Slovakian designer Lenka Czereova challenges traditional design ideals with its unique concept that promotes irregular geometries and complex construction techniques.
Aiming to address the somewhat violent process of cutting down a growing tree, the designer combines sharp angles and jagged forms together to represent her discomfort of our diminishing environmental state.
In addition to its powerful concept and artful form, the 'Small bookshelf' by Lenka Czereova provides a flexible and modular shelving solution for users in need of practical storage. This furniture piece is composed of 4 pieces that can be stacked together or displayed individually as solitary units. Adding movement and energy to one's interior, this geometric shelving unit blurs the lines between furniture solution and sculptural art piece.