Japanese studio Nendo is unveiling a geometric zig-zag wooden bookshelf in Milan. The piece, entitled “Fold,” is created from interlocking wooden boards featuring varied recesses for books. Shelves can be accessed from both sides, making this bookshelf a functional statement piece.
Nendo comments to Dezeen, “Thanks to the superior craftsmanship of Conde House, a wood furniture manufacturer in Asahikawa in northern Japan, the joints appear seamless, as though single boards have been bent and interwoven like paper chains or a woven textile. It’s virtually impossible to know, looking at the shelves, how the parts are connected.”
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