Charles Kalpakian’s Rocky open credenza plays with our perception of space, using light and shadow to create a trippy optical illusion. Available in blue, grey or black lacquered steel. Measures ~55.1″W x 14.2″D x 37.4″H.
BrickBox is a modular shelf made of wooden boxes with handles. Each box has two nylon feet on one side and holes on the other side to stack boxes firmly together. You can customize each box with doors, dividers and casters.
Designer Kostas Syrtariotis’ wall-mounted bookshelf is a great way to show off your collection of nature books. Each one is crafted from solid ash, tineo or ebony wood, or white veneer. Measures 35.4″ W x 71.7″ H x 7.9″ D.
This clever bookshelf encourages you to read. Put books you’ve alread read on one side, and those you haven’t on the other. Also great for lawyers. Available in various colors and finishes from Brooklyn’s Cush Design Studio.
Milano’s 6-foot-tall bookcase has 13 undulating shelves which spiral off of its center post, creating a double-helix shape from your books, discs or collectibles. Made from steel, and available in black or white. Ships from Australia.
Quattria’s Anita is a customizable shelf made of thermoformed acrylic. You can choose which letters to have, whether they’ll be in white, blue or red and whether your shelf will be wall-mounted or just placed on the floor.
Luke Hart’s simple, yet ingenious bookshelf design automatically adapts itself to the height and weight of books placed on its bright red, rubbery shelves which return to their natural shape when empty.