The Shelf 2.4 by Signalement, a Danish design studio run by Peter Petersen, looks like a creation designed by Apple. Stylish in a minimalist and futuristic sort of way, the all-white bookcase could easily complement a person's Apple collection including their Macbook, iPhone and everything in between. Although truly hi-tech individuals may not see the need for such a furniture piece, it can be used in all sorts of ways.
Whether utilized as a bookcase or a room divider, the Shelf 2.4 by Signalement need not be rested against a wall thanks to its backless design. Granted, if people do rest books on it, end-users will have to be set in place. What makes it especially appealing is its rounded edges.
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