Unlike the conventional bookshelf, 315 serves to give the avid bookworm a whole new twist in storing books. Miguel Mestre designed it to allow ease to the user when picking out their favorite book. It’s 45 degree angle gives it the ability to have books at floor level without one having to crouch or lean to choose them. Along with its thin white structure, this unique little plywood shelf is sure to give a special touch to the space of your home.

Images © Rui Valido

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