The Paolo Cappello Tilta bookcase allows users to store household items on two separate sides. The freestanding bookcase is entirely open, hence its capacity to shelve objects from different directions and angles.
Given the physically unenclosed and large nature of Tilta, it can also act as a separator, dividing rooms on either end of the piece. Depending on one's preference, it can also be mounted on to walls within homes.
The wooden beams are slightly tilted, allowing household wares to be stacked in numerous formations. This adds even more visual appeal to this unmatched Paolo Cappello design.
Whether left barren or stacked full, the striking layout of this furnishing concept will attract attention while also serving a critical functional purpose.