Level is a bookshelf recently designed by Lina Nordqvist that consists of a number of irregularly spaced rods that support the shelves at different heights. Inspired by builder’s scaffolding and apartment architecture, the bookshelves are designed to hold various different sizes of reading material; from thick tomes to magazines. They come in two heights and three widths, eight standard colors and four stains (black, brown, white, and red-brown), and the feet are adjustable. We love the variation in the heights that gives the shelves such personality. They are shaped so they could be room dividers just as easily as they can go against the wall. They’re a fantastic way to store books while furnishing a room.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 15 June, 2012