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Letters Designer Bookshelf

When industrial design meets typography – Dutch artist Pieter de Leeuw, who just graduated in Industrial Design, designed a very interesting bookshelf as his thesis!

It contains out of several separate letters and tries to give the consumers maximum freedom of using it. The wooden letters in various colors can be arranged to the user’s liking and could also be used as seating.

I like those crazy interior designs! On the one hand it’s really simple, but on the other hand there’s a great concept! However, I need such a letters bookshelf for my next apartment…

Do you know more typographically inspired interior designs? Leave a comment, please!
For more about Pieter, visit utrechtverplettert.nl.

Via ignant.de.

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