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Seating System With Book Shelf by Anoop Joseph

There is a rising demand for multi functional furniture, therefore, this modular seating system with book shelf offers you another alternative. We can open the book shelf whenever we need with the help of hinge and also we can use it as seating system. The spherical wheel at the bottom will help to open it easily. Nice concept isn’t it?

Designer : Anoop Joseph

Seating System With Book Shelf by Anoop Joseph

Seating System With Book Shelf by Anoop Joseph

Seating System With Book Shelf by Anoop Joseph

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Jerome Lapointe says: July 20, 2012

Somewhere in the future, humanity turns away from eBooks and computers and reverts to hard copy printed books and faces new problems like the dwindling commodity that is shelf space!!!







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