Posted: 04 Apr 2013 08:39 AM PDT
With the increasing digitization of literature, the need for space-consuming bookcases has diminished. It is indeed, not difficult to conceive of a future wherein paperbacks and hardcovers are to be found only in libraries, which will be held in similar regard to museums. A somewhat melancholy thought perhaps, but a few select, beautifully bound classics will always take pride of place in the homes of those who love to read but cannot afford to sacrifice space to a personal library. The majority of images to follow demonstrate the same space-sensitive principle by wall-mounting shelves so not to encroach on a limited floor area. The choice of materials varies from the organic to the industrial, but in keeping with a modern finish, are linear and lightweight.
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