When Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in Sydney, Australia commissioned LAVA architecture to build them a bookcase, the result was this unexpected but aesthetically pleasing honeycomb style bookcase.
This bookcase by LAVA architecture is backlit, and the books fill the honeycomb bookcase slots.
The honeycomb bookcase was commissioned for the first anniversary of the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
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