We had an important day

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The Mini Book of Life’s Major Events by artist Evan Lorenzen

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Amazing 360 degree storybooks by Japanese artist and architect Yusuke Oono who has designed a fantastic series of 40-page books that fan out into 360-degree carousels, each page laser-cut and bound from Yusuke’s digital design.

We read

Cool, arty and fun metal bookends made in black steel by Knob Creek Metal Arts book holder storage (3) Cool, arty and fun metal bookends made in black steel by Knob Creek Metal ArtsCool, arty and fun metal bookends made in black steel by Knob Creek Metal Arts Cool, arty and fun metal bookends made in black steel by Knob Creek Metal Arts Cool, arty and fun metal bookends made in black steel by Knob Creek Metal Arts Cool, arty and fun metal bookends made in black steel by Knob Creek Metal Arts Cool, arty and fun metal bookends made in black steel by Knob Creek Metal Arts Cool, arty and fun metal bookends made in black steel by Knob Creek Metal Arts

Cool, arty and fun metal bookends made in black steel by Knob Creek Metal Arts / find them on etsy

 

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Inside Out

The ARK Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson as part of the '1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces' exhibition back in 2010 at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, UK. The structure consisted of a timber tower with walls of books enclosing a spiral stair case and a central core. The central core was ergonomically scaled to create generous knooks to indulge in one of the many books that made up the walls. The ARK Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson as part of the '1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces' exhibition back in 2010 at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, UK. The structure consisted of a timber tower with walls of books enclosing a spiral stair case and a central core. The central core was ergonomically scaled to create generous knooks to indulge in one of the many books that made up the walls. The ARK Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson as part of the '1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces' exhibition back in 2010 at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, UK. The structure consisted of a timber tower with walls of books enclosing a spiral stair case and a central core. The central core was ergonomically scaled to create generous knooks to indulge in one of the many books that made up the walls.The ARK Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson as part of the '1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces' exhibition back in 2010 at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, UK. The structure consisted of a timber tower with walls of books enclosing a spiral stair case and a central core. The central core was ergonomically scaled to create generous knooks to indulge in one of the many books that made up the walls.

The ARK Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson as part of the ‘1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces’ exhibition back in 2010 at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, UK. The structure consisted of a timber tower with walls of books enclosing a spiral stair case and a central core. The central core was ergonomically scaled to create generous knooks to indulge in one of the many books that made up the walls. / photographs by Pasi Aalto

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We do some bookkeeping

he Book Vase by YOY Design Studio - a house planter camouflaged as a book...the vase can be opened up to reveal the dirt inside and when closed can be inserted amongst the rest of your books to save desk space. he Book Vase by YOY Design Studio - a house planter camouflaged as a book...the vase can be opened up to reveal the dirt inside and when closed can be inserted amongst the rest of your books to save desk space. he Book Vase by YOY Design Studio - a house planter camouflaged as a book...the vase can be opened up to reveal the dirt inside and when closed can be inserted amongst the rest of your books to save desk space.

The Book Vase by YOY Design Studio – a house planter camouflaged as a book…the vase can be opened up to reveal the dirt inside and when closed can be inserted amongst the rest of your books to save desk space. (via colossal)

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We slide

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Wooden Slide built into a small stepped home library in the ‘Panorama House, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea designed by architect Moon Hoon

A statement by the architect:

The basic request of upper and lower spatial organization and the shape of the site prompted a long and tin house with fluctuating facade which would allow for more differentiated view. The key was coming up with a multi-functional space which is a large staircase, bookshelves, casual reading space, home cinema, slide and many more…
The client was very pleased with the design, and the initial design was accepted and finalized almost instantly, only with minor adjustments. The kitchen and dining space is another important space where family gathers to bond. The TV was pushed away to a smaller living room. The attic is where the best view is possible, it is used as a play room for younger kids. The multi-use stair and slice space brings much active energy to the house, not only children, but also grown ups love the slide staircase…An action filled playful house for all ages…

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We read between the lines

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‘Between the Lines’ – artwork by Ariana Boussard-Reifel. Words from the artist:

Between the Lines was completed in 2007. It is a white supremacist text that I cut every word out of. Essentially imposing the doctrine of color-based segregation on the book itself, removing all the black from the white, and rendering it meaningless as a consequence. It was part of a series that was a response to the rise in power of The World Church of the Creator, a vitriolic white supremacist group…” (via colossal)

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