Oddly is a moving bookshelf with an energetic form that extends past the structure's traditional purpose.
Tasked with creating a traditional home furniture object that differed from the static and predictable horizontal and vertical design, designer Youngmin Kang, built a bookshelf that moves in response to the objects placed on it. This fun bookshelf features a see-saw like structure that dips down with weight, causing a wooden ball at the other end to slowly slide down, serving as a bookend. The shelf leans, rolls and stops itself, creating an entertaining and visually pleasing experience for the viewer. This creative bookshelf is both functional and unique as it brings youthful energy to a static design.
This moving bookshelf would speak to consumers with an eye for experimental home design.